What’s to eat at Palm Beach International Airport?

Passengers walk by Rooney’s Public House at Palm Beach International Airport. (Richard Graulich/ Palm Beach Post file)

Passengers walk by Rooney’s Public House at PBIA. (Richard Graulich/ Palm Beach Post file)

Hungry, dear traveler? Believe it or not, it is possible to find a lunch so yummy at Palm Beach International Airport.

Rooney's fried cod sandwich. (Liz Balmaseda/ Palm Beach Post)

Rooney’s fried cod sandwich. (Liz Balmaseda/ Palm Beach Post)

I had a delicious fried cod sandwich several days ago. It was served on toasted ciabatta-style bread with a pickle-intense tartar sauce.

It landed on my rustic, dark-wood table with a side of hot, homemade potato chips, which proved to be the fried tuber equivalent of cute puppy videos. I gobbled them all up.

I gobbled them up as I watched the shuffle of suitcase-toting passengers heading to their gates.

Rooney’s Public House and its specialty ale-battered cod ($11.99) and “double-pickle” tartar sauce did not disappoint.

READ ABOUT PBIA DINING OPTIONS HERE.

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