Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal 4 is to open 20 new restaurants for passengers as part of a new 10-year food and beverage deal with HMSHost Corporation.
The gateway wants to offer passengers a new dining programme in Terminal 4 throughout its North and South wings, which features the best of local Phoenix cuisine.
Danny Murphy, aviation director at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, said: “HMSHost presented a program featuring local restaurants and popular brands that will enhance Phoenix Sky Harbor’s reputation for offering great service to welcome our visitors. We eagerly anticipate showcasing some of the best dining in Phoenix here at the airport.”
As a result, local restaurateurs Sam Fox of Fox Restaurant Group and Bob Lynn of LGO Hospitality have partnered with HMSHost to bring a certain level of culinary expertise to the project.
For example, passengers passing through the N2 concourse will find a range of Sam Fox’s creations, such as Olive & Ivy Marketplace, Modern Burger and Blanco Tacos + Tequila.
Visitors to concourse S2 will be offered Bob Lynn’s main LGO restaurant brands, such as LGO Burger, LGO Deli and the LGO Pizza with Grateful Spoon Gelato.
Meanwhile, a whole range of other restaurants will open on other parts of the North and South concourses, such as Dilly’s Deli, El Bravo, New York Pizza Department (NYPD), Press Coffee, as well as a McDonald’s, a Starbucks and many more.
The pre-security Terminal 4 lobby will house Bob Lynn’s Chelsea’s Kitchen, Sam Fox’s Sauce restaurants as well as another Starbucks Coffee.
Many other food offerings on top of these are also set to open in the Terminal as part of HMSHost’s contract.
Stephen Douglas, vice president of Business Development for HMSHost, said: “We are very excited to bring this exceptional local cuisine to Phoenix Sky Harbor and we appreciate the airport’s confidence in our ability to make the Sky Harbor traveler’s day better.
“With all of these great offerings, we will deliver the very best dining Phoenix has to offer.”