…so I’ve had a few glasses of wine and am mid way through very long layer over waiting for my flight to Oaxaca ….the food choices here at IAH at first glance seem to range from Duncan Donuts to Chili’s, which when you think of it isn’t really much of a range. It’s a huge rambling airport and my flight from NYC arrived at the opposite end to where my next flight departs, I walked for a long while then decided to take the monorail to terminal B. Initially I was worried, the grim over heated food course that the trains lets you off at is lacking in places you’d actually want to go eat in, or at least that I would want to eat in. But, fear not! Head towards gates B12-20 and discover 3rd Bar Eating House. A locally minded seafood centric bar/restaurant that has free wi-fi (apparently it’s erratic, but I got lucky) in a bright, cool, open, bright section of the terminal. The wine list is decent and features a wine made by the two former CEO’s of Continental airlines, Houston was one of their big hubs and now is a United hub.The food Reef Sandwich was very tasty, a spicy South East Asian inspired fish sandwich on an onion bun garnished with Asian slaw and thinly sliced hot peppers (see picture at the top). Both the salad and sweet potato fries were great, as was the Oregon Pinot that I have had three glasses oThe place is bright and modern and I feel I can say it is unlike anywhere else in the airport. It certainly is one of a very few local establishments , mostly this is an airpot full of crappy chain places that you would only go to because you were trapped in an airport.