We all know that airports can get crazy around the holidays. Everyone and their mom is traveling, and all you want is an enjoyable experience in a busy airport. What cultivates more enjoyment while traveling than the consumption of food and drink? Nothing, honestly. 

It's always a struggle walking down the terminal, trying to decide which of those random places (with names you've never heard of) are the best for a bite to eat. Well, that is why I am here, as a Boston native, to inform you of the best spots to eat at Boston Logan International Airport.

Terminal A: Legal's Test Kitchen

This satellite location of one of Boston's best quality and most upscale chains is a must. Legal Sea Foods is a small chain of high end and high quality seafood restaurants, mainly in the Boston area. They only use the freshest seafood, and they source as many local ingredients as possible. Their motto is, "If it isn't fresh, it isn't legal!"

You can't go wrong with what you order here, whether it be the classic New England lobster roll, the New England fried clams, hoisin glazed Faroe Island salmon, or if you are not a seafood lover, the Caesar salad with seared chicken.

Terminal B: Stephanie's

Stephanie's is a fun and popular restaurant situated on Newbury Street, Boston's main high end fashion street. They recently just opened a satellite restaurant at Logan, focusing on sophisticated comfort food. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a versatile menu, Stephanie's is sure to please everyone.

If you're there during breakfast, enjoy their delicious brioche french toast, cage free, farm fresh eggs your way, or for something on the lighter side, a yogurt parfait. Enjoy a good quality lunch or dinner there, too, with options including the Cobb salad, fish & chips, seared Atlantic salmon, and flat iron steak on frites. 

Terminal C: Literally Anywhere

I feel like they need to spread more love to the other terminals because, honestly, Terminal C has it all. From another Legal's Sea Test Kitchen, to Wahlburgers, to Wolfgang Puck, to Johnny Rockets, to Pinkberry — you seriously can't go wrong.

Go to Legal if you want high quality seafood, to Wahlburgers if you want a good fast food burger, to Wolfgang Puck if you want a versatile, gourmet meal, to Johnny Rockets if you want that classic American diner food (think: milkshakes, burgers, fries in a 1950's diner setting), or to Pinkberry if you want a delightful, sweet treat. 

Terminal E: Dunkin' Donuts

Let's be real, there is absolutely no way that you can leave Boston without having the ultimate classic, D & D. Dunkin' Donuts was created in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1950.  Bostonians really do "run on Dunkin", and whether it's the construction worker on Mass Ave, the police officer in his cruiser, the college girl on her way to class, or the fancy businessman commuting to the office, you're bound to see a Dunkin' Coffee, and, perhaps, a donut in hand.

Celebrate your wicked pissah trip (or wicked pissah connection flight time) spent in Logan Airport sippin' on Dunkin' Ice. And, if you're not in Terminal E, don't fret. You can experience this Boston classic in every other terminal as well. I mention Dunkin' here, specifically, because Terminal E lacks the most in terms of other quality restaurants.

Overall, Boston Logan has some top-notch food choices. Maybe every terminal isn't created equal, but that's pretty much the case with most United States airports. So, dig in, enjoy your flight, and pray that you're departing from Terminal C.