LAX continues to be a culinary wasteland -- particularly in some terminals. The Border Grill gals want to change that.
The restaurant has launched a campaign to try and persuade airport commissioners to allow an outpost of the Border Grill at LAX.
Here's a note from chef/owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger:
Wouldn't it be great to have the delicious Mexican food of Border Grill at the Los Angeles International Airport?
With a Border Margarita and a Yucatan Pork Taco, suddenly getting to the airport two hours early isn't that bad. Grab a Carne Asada Quesadilla to go, and you'll never go
hungry on a flight again.
For over 25 years, Border Grill has been shaping the food culture in Los Angeles. Now we're so excited at the possibility of showcasing Border Grill to the world at LAX. More importantly, we would love to share our food, flavors, and fun with you
when you're at the airport.
Yes, please. Go here for more info.
SPEAKING OF Feniger, she has signed on to compete in the next edition of Bravo's "Top Chef Masters." Here are the L.A.-based contestants for the competition, which returns for season two on April 7:
Govind Armstrong - 8 oz Burger Bar, Los Angeles, Calif.
Susan Feniger - Street, Los Angeles, Calif.
Ludo Lefebvre - Ludo Bites, Los Angeles, Calif.
Mark Peel - Campanile, Los Angeles, Calif.
Lefebvre and Peel return from season one.