New Orleans’ new airport terminal, opening in 2019.

Construction crews are more than halfway finished with New Orleans’ new airport terminal, a $993.7 million project with 35 gates and a brand new 2,100-space parking garage. The terminal is set to open in February 2019. The new terminal will completely replace the existing New Orleans airport.

The new terminal’s food and retail lineup includes a few familiar New Orleans brands.
Expect a mix of local restaurants as well as big national brands like Chick-Fil-A and Starbucks.
Last January, the New Orleans Aviation Board picked two concessions groups to run the food and beverage program at the new airport — Delaware North-Chase Catering and Concessions, and HMS Host-Coaxum Enterprises-Kaleidoscope Strategies. The goal for the new airport, according to a statement from officials, is «to have a world-class, award-winning program that provides competition and a mix of local and national brands that fit all price points.»
Here’s an overview of the food and beverage offerings each of the groups is bringing to the table.
Leah’s Kitchen
Midway Pizza
Ye Olde College Inn
Heritage Bar
Angelo Brocato’s
Bar Sazerac
City Greens
Folse Market
Shake Shack
Cafe du Monde
Great American Bagel
Munch Factory
Lucky Dogs
Auntie Anne’s
Panda Express
Smoothie King

Food and retail will be located down the center of the concourses, allowing for more windows and for passengers to see their gate.

In addition to the food program, a selection committee has tapped two groups, Paradies Lagardere and Pacific Gateway, to oversee news and gift programs at the new facility. Retailers will also be a mix of local and national brands. Here’s an overview of the retail offerings.

Paradies Lagardere

  • The Advocate
  • Dylan’s Candy Bar
  • Brother’s Food Mart
  • The Score Board
  • CNBC
  • TripAdvisor
  • Brighton
  • InMotion
  • Fleurty Girl
  • Nola Couture

Pacific Gateway

  • New Stand
  • Pulp & Grind
  • Lolli & Pops
  • Dirty Coast
  • Pulp & Grind
  • Preservation Hall
  • EJE Duty Free

Source: The Times-Picayune

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