If you’re traveling through Terminal 4 of JFK Airport, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of food options available. From quick snacks to full meals, there’s something for everyone. Here’s a rundown of the different food options at Terminal 4.
JFK Terminal 4 food Before Security
If you want to grab some food before the security check-in at Terminal 4 at JFK, the only option you have is the Dunkin Donuts which opens at 5:30 am and closes at 9 pm. It’s located on Level 1 at Baggage claim.
It’s a Dunkin’ Donuts Express which is different from regular Dunkin’ Donuts in the sense that it only offers coffee and baked goods. So, if you’re looking for something more substantial to eat, you’ll need to wait until after security.
JFK Terminal 4 food After Security
Once you’re through security at JFK’s Terminal 4, there are plenty of options available to you. For a quick bite, below are some options:
- Camden Foods — 5am to 9pm: Camden Foods is a fast-casual restaurant that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. The breakfast menu includes items like pancakes, eggs, bacon, and oatmeal. For lunch and dinner, there are sandwiches, wraps, salads, pizzas, and pastas available.
- Le Grand Comptior — 8am to 9pm: If you’re looking for something a little more upscale, Le Grand Comptoir is a French bistro that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The breakfast menu includes items like croissants, eggs, and omelettes. For lunch and dinner, there are options like salads, sandwiches, burgers, and entrees like chicken pot pie and fish & chips.
- McDonald’s — 6am to 12am: At Level 3. Find it at the Departures/Skylink Section, near Security. McDonald’s’ is is always always a popular choice.
- The Palm — 6am to 9pm: The Palm is a steakhouse that offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The breakfast menu includes items like pancakes, eggs, bacon, and oatmeal. For lunch and dinner, there are sandwiches, wraps, salads, pizzas, and pastas available.
Food to eat at JFK Terminal 4, Post-Security at B Concourse:
- Bento Sushi — 10am to 8pm, Gate B26: Bento Sushi is the second-largest sushi brand in America and serves delicious Asian Sushi. It is located at Level 3 at the Departures/Skylink Section.
- Blue Point Brewery – 12pm to 8pm
- Buffalo Wild Wings — 7am to 10pm, Gate B26: This food joint is affiliated with Arbys and is located near Gate B26 after Security at the third level.
- Dunkin Donuts — 5am to 8pm, Gate B32: Unlike the D. Dunits before Security, you’ll actually get to eat solid food here. Find it near Gate B32/33 on the third level.
- Dunkin Donuts / Jetbox — 4:30am to 8pm, Gate B18: Dunkin Donuts opened this food joint in 2017 as of this press release.
- Jamba Juice – 6am to 8:30pm: Jamba juice is an American company that produces blended fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies and similar products.
- La Brea – 5am to 8pm, Gate B34: They make handmade bread with sandwiches, soup & other light fare.
- Mi Casa — 5am to 9pm, Gate B22:
- Mi Casa Bar – 5am to 11pm
- Peet’s Coffee — 5am to 8pm, Gate B26
- Pizza Vino — 7:30am to 9pm, Gate B29
- Uptown — 8am to 9pm
- Shake Shack– 5am to 9pm, Gate B22
- Tigin Irish Pub & Restaurant– 12pm to 8pm, Gate A5
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