The upscale eatery is invite-only and limited to a select few of the airline's customers

United Airlines‘ new restaurant in Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal C, aptly named Classified, has just 36 seats—but to get a spot in one of them, you must be personally invited by the airline.

The farm-to-table restaurant is open from breakfast through dinner and will begin serving brunch on the weekend starting in October. Its menu will change seasonally and potentially weekly, according to Michael Coury, the executive chef for OTG, which builds and operates restaurants and stores (including Classified) in airport terminals.

So far, United will not specify its criteria for selecting customers to diner at Classified, where an average meal for two will cost at least $100.

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United Airlines‘ new restaurant in Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal C, aptly named Classified, has just 36 seats—but to get a spot in one of them, you must be personally invited by the airline.

The farm-to-table restaurant is open from breakfast through dinner and will begin serving brunch on the weekend starting in October. Its menu will change seasonally and potentially weekly, according to Michael Coury, the executive chef for OTG, which builds and operates restaurants and stores (including Classified) in airport terminals.