July 11, 2022
Where to Eat at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas
The Vegas airport has more than planes and slot machines.
If you haven’t flown to Las Vegas in a while, the airport might look a little different these days. It’s now Harry Reid International Airport after a relatively quiet privately funded name change in late 2021. The layout and location, however, are as convenient as ever. Reid is right next to the Strip, making it easy and accessible to the hotels, restaurants, attractions, and everything else that makes Sin City awesome.
The airport also went through extensive renovations during the downtime of the pandemic. Now that travel is back in demand and delays are at an all-time high, you may be spending even more time wandering concourses than expected.
Harry Reid, for all its ease and accessibility, falls behind others when it comes to fun and interesting dining options. But don’t worry. You’ve still got a few places worth checking out, and we’ve put together a quick guide to sort out the good from the meh. It includes the best options in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. In case you’re wondering, there’s no Terminal 2. It was demolished after the construction of 3. Hopefully, that makes sense while navigating your way throughout the airport.
Siegel’s Bagelmania may be a New York-style deli, but it’s a born-and-raised Las Vegas original. More than 30 years after opening east of the Strip, the family-owned business now has a second location at the airport, where you can get your fix for lox and a bagel and black and white cookies. Sandwiches include a grilled Rueben with a choice of pastrami, corned beef, or turkey, and the Yiddish Bird, which combines turkey and bacon with chive cream cheese and sprouts.