Hawthorne Airport cafe

I’ve been obsessed with airport cafes lately (yeah, I know I know… “lately”) and I finally have a chance to catch up on some of the local places. First up is Nat’s Airport Cafe at Hawthorne Municipal Airport (a.k.a. Jack Northrop Field). The corned beef hash was perfunctory but amazingly inexpensive – breakfast barely cracked $5.

HHR’s terminal building is classically 1970s civic down to the zig-zag walkway shade out front and the big Saturn mural on the side. There free wi-fi if you need it and a small museum on the northwest side of the field.

Hawthorne Airport terminal HHR corned beef hash

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One Response to Hawthorne Airport cafe

  1. Jody says:

    amazingly inexpensive – breakfast barely cracked $5.

    breakfast should never cost more than $5! the best ones seldom do.

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