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YVR Airport announces plans for 20+ new food and beverage concepts

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Hanna McLean Feb 22, 2019 9:52 am 189

YVR Airport has announced plans for over 20 new food and beverage concepts set to open over the next two years, along with ten new retail spots.

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A global operator of food and beverage outlets in travel locations, SSP Canada, will be opening ten new concepts including the following highlights:

Hawksworth Kitchen

Rendering courtesy YVR Airport

Celebrated Canadian chef David Hawksworth will be opening his first airport location in the Domestic Terminal in 2020. This spot will feature organic salads, oven-fired pizzas, house pastas, and cured meats, alongside other seasonal eats.

The Dirty Apron

Rendering courtesy YVR Airport

This much-loved local deli and cooking school will be opening a spot serving up a menu of eats like freshly baked breads, produce, and meats from regional producers.

Steamworks Bar & Restaurant, Whistler Brewing Lodge, and Red Truck Beer Stop (developed in conjunction with Red Truck Beer Co)

Rendering courtesy YVR Airport

Rendering courtesy YVR Airport

These additions will bring YVR’s craft beer scene to a new level. Local brews will be served alongside “mountain cuisine” and classic brewpub fare.

Some other notable concepts heading into the airport include Heritage Asian Eatery, Left Coast Café & Bar, and BUILT Custom Burgers, Coastal Coffee, Subway, and Japadog.

American casual burger bar Wahlburgers will also be going in at US departures.

Rendering courtesy YVR Airport

A new local marketplace concept is coming to YVR too. Pacific Farms Market is brought to us by Tastes on the Fly, a San Francisco-based boutique airport restaurant operator.

Pacific Farms will operate in both the Domestic and International Terminals.

In the International Terminal, travellers can expect five made-to-order food stations, 49th Parallel coffee, Purebread Bakery goods, a breakfast bar in the morning, a sushi and poke station, Live Fire Pizza, and a juice bar with freshly squeezed juices and smoothies.

The International Terminal market will also boast a full-service seafood-inspired restaurant and bar.

This is exciting stuff as several eateries are first-time concepts to YVR, and some are opening as soon as Summer 2019.

These 30 new businesses will add to YVR’s existing portfolio of 170 restaurants, services, and shops.

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