JFK

Terminal 5

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Restaurants

There are a couple of eating options before you go through Security: a café, a donut stand and a sandwich stall. After Passport Control, Terminal 5 has over 30 food and drink venues to choose from, including a steakhouse, an Asian kitchen, tapas, express ready-made food counters and family-friendly pizzerias. The sushi here has been widely praised.
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Shopping

Before going through Security, there's just one newsstand. Duty-free shopping is available in this terminal at three locations post-Security, along with around 20 other retailers and pop-up stores. Bookworms are sure to find something for the flight at the New York Times bookstore, and MUJI To Go is a well-trodden spot to browse for unique Japanese-style gifts and travel accessories.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage wrapping
  • Children's area
  • Currency exchange
  • Device charging stations
  • Nursing facility (near Gate 12)
  • Pet relief area
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Accessibility

  • Accessible drinking fountains
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible phones
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Restaurants

There's a CIBO Express for snacks and essentials, and a Dunkin' Donuts in Arrivals.
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Shopping

A general store sells essentials at Baggage Claim 6, there's a florist at Baggage Claim 3, and an AT&T pop-up store can be found at Baggage Claim 4.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage
  • Pet relief area
  • Welcome center
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Accessibility

  • Accessible drinking fountains
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible phones

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