When traveling, connections mean food—and Boston Logan is no stranger to connections! My experience eating gluten free in BOS has been overwhelmingly positive. To be honest, my favorite part is that they feature a favorite food of mine: fried shrimp. There aren’t a huge amount of options, but what they do have is wonderful in my opinion.
Legal Seafoods (Terminals A, B, C, E)
I seriously can’t get enough of this place. I know it’s a massive east coast chain, but they were one of the first restaurants to have a “celiac friendly” menu (all the way back in 2005!), and being able to eat fried seafood is something I really never thought I’d be able to do again since my celiac diagnosis. They have several locations throughout BOS including. Note that not all of their restaurants have the same menu (or title), but they all mark gluten free items clearly on the menu and all my servers have been knowledgeable. Bonus points for having quick items that are ready to go fast for folks without a lot of time or who are making connections.
Cosi (Terminal B)
I’ve had Cosi outside of the airport and the choices aren’t amazing, but there are gluten free soups and salads for those who might not be craving seafood.
Wahlburgers (Terminal C)
Yes, this is exactly what it sounds like: a burger place owned by Mark Wahlburg. So it’s pretty much the most Boston thing ever. They have gluten free buns available, as well as bread and crotouns.
Other chains throughout BOS with varying gluten free options:
Starbucks – the usual suspects (Terminal A, B, C, E)
Au Bon Pain – Salads, soups, fruit (Terminal B, C)
Friendly’s – some gluten free ice cream flavors (Terminal A)
Peet’s Coffee – gluten free packaged snacks, coffee (Terminal B)
Wolfgang Puck – salads mostly (Terminal C)
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