Spending many hours on layovers at JFK, terminal C, I was confronted by few dining options. The three or four available restaurants all featured pads on the tables that permitted diners to order, pay for meals and web surf for no additional charge (which is nice in areas still controlled by Boingo and other pay-for-access providers).
I like traveling to new places and trying new foods, and there were a lot of foods put before me in Iceland that I'd never seen on American tables. Some dishes caused me to consider whether it was moral to eat all of god's creatures.
Blue Ribbon butcher shop has been going strong for a while, so despite the dashed dreams of Blase's and the aborted Marion Street Cheese Market butcher shop, there's still a chance a butcher store can make it in central Oak Park. Knaub and Williams seem like the guys who could do it.