Take Two for September 18, 2013

A foodie tour of LAX's newly renovated Tom Bradley Terminal

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The terminal design was inspired by the waves along Southern California's beaches. The structure is 110 feet tall.

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New gates at the north concourse at the Tom Bradley International Terminal open on March 6th, 2013.

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The north concourse at the Tom Bradley International Terminal opens the first of 18 new gates at LAX on March 6th, 2013.

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A lounge area provides views of the terminal's jetways. The overall Tom Bradley International Terminal project is set to be finished in 2015.

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The entrance to the Great Hall includes large skylights and a faux waterfall doing down a two-floor television monitor.

Courtesy of EarthCam

A webcam photo from the company EarthCam shows the new LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal. The company created a time-lapse of the terminal's construction that condenses three years into about four minutes.


Los Angeles International Airport is about to become a destination for good eats.

You'll have to have a boarding pass, but if you do, head over to the newly renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal where you'll find the likes of The Larder, Umami Burger, and Ink.Sak, just to name a few.

RELATED: New LAX Tom Bradley terminal opens Wednesday with 60 shops, restaurants

LA food blogger Erin Lyall went to the opening gala and is here to make us all hungry.

 


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