7 eateries open 24/7 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Posted at 4:36 PM, Aug 22, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-23 19:26:13-04

No one ever wants to be stuck at the airport, but it happens.

A flight cancelation can force you to sleep overnight at the airport, while a delayed flight (or a red eye) could have you getting in when all the restaurants and grab-and-go spots have closed.

Did you know there are eateries open 24 hours, every day at Sky Harbor International Airport? You're in luck!

Scroll down to see a list of the eateries open 24/7 at Phoenix's airport. Some are located before security, while others can only be accessed once you go through TSA.

Watch the video above to learn seven secrets about Sky Harbor.


Terminal 4 is the largest and newest terminal at Sky Harbor. It opened in 1990 and is over 3 million square feet. It serves the following airlines: Air Canada, American, British Airways, Southwest, Volaris and WestJet.


La Madeleine is a country French cafe. Its only Arizona location is at Sky Harbor International Airport. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner options, and also have a bakery that serves French desserts.

It is located near Gate B22.


Paradise Bakery, like its name implies, is a bakery and cafe. They serve sandwiches, salads, and soups, and cookies in the bakery. They have 22 locations throughout the state, although some may be changing their name to Panera, including three at Sky Harbor.

Of the three, two are open 24 hours. The 24-hour location in Terminal 4 is located near Gate C17.


Starbucks doesn't really need an introduction. Coffee is the big one, but they also have tea, fruit drinks, and an array of food options and snacks.

It is located inside Terminal 4 before you go through security on the west end of the food court.


Wildflower Bread Company is a casual eatery that serves everything from breakfast to dinner. They have salads, sandwiches, soups, pasta, and baked goods.

There are two locations in Sky Harbor that are open every day. One is located in the center of the Terminal 4 food court (before security) and near Gate A9.


Terminal 3 opened in 1979 and is 330,000 square feet. It serves Delta, Frontier, Hawaiian and JetBlue.



Paradise Bakery serves salads, sandwiches, soups, and baked goods. It is located in Terminal 3 before you enter security.


Terminal two is the smallest of the three terminals at 330,000-square feet. It serves Alaska, Boutique Air, Great Lakes, Spirit Airlines, Sun Country, and United.



Premiere Grab and Go is a small eatery in Terminal 2. They sell salads and sandwiches that are easy to pack away and take through security.

It is located before you go through security.