Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations in Arizona, Southern California, and Nevada have previously been exclusively kosher under Kosher-LA. Coffees, teas, bagels, and sandwiches at those locations have all been kosher.
Coffee and tea are still kosher, but the bagels and sandwiches will not be.
LAX locations are owned by various franchisees and many are still deciding whether to stay exclusively kosher. You should always ask to see a location’s kosher certificate as they can drop the kosher requirements at any time.
Landside refers to the terminal before you clear security. Airside refers to the terminal after you clear security.
LAX locations that are no longer under kosher supervision include:
-Terminal 1 Airside
LAX locations that are still kosher but will no longer be kosher as of 5/1 include:
-Terminal 5 Landside
LAX locations that are still currently under kosher supervision include:
-Terminal 6 Airside
-Terminal 7 Airside
-Terminal 8 Airside
Of course you can always Uber food from LA’s plethora of kosher eateries. An Uber from Jeff’s to LAX should only run about $15.
HT: Rivkie M and Yehoshua, via DDF