At the Voyager Airport Restaurant, the menu is aeronautically-inspired. Why not try the “Long EZ,” two eggs served up any style, named after an aircraft designed by Burt Rutan. Or there’s the “The Blackbird” (sausage patties and eggs labeled after the super-fast U.S. Air Force reconnaissance plane) or the “SpaceShipOne,” a plate of ham and eggs. “The Hangar Queen” is a three-egg omelet and don’t forget to try “Joudis Crash Landing,” featuring two poached eggs served on corn tortillas, topped off with mixed cheddar, jack cheese, and special Ranchero sauce.
Open Monday to Friday 0700 to 1500, Saturday 0800 to 1500, Sunday 0800 to 1400.
•Serving breakfast and lunch
•Tower radio at each table
•Fly in to lunch; ask to taxi to the old tower
Located in the airport terminal building, under the old tower adjacent to transient parking.