Areas opens Ashland Hill restaurant at LAX T7

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Food and beverage (F&B) operator Areas has partnered with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to open a new Ashland Hill restaurant in Terminal 7 (T7) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), California.

Ashland Hill focuses on rustic, yet modern dishes, with a menu that draws from Midwest and West Coast influences. The offering also boasts an extensive selection of local brews, a notable wine list, and a full bar for cocktails.

Barbara Yamamoto, chief experience officer, LAWA, said, “At LAX, we love bringing Southern California to our guests, which is why we’re so excited to welcome a local favorite, Ashland Hill, to T7. The opening is another step forward as we re-imagine how LAX can provide an exceptional guest experience.”

The 1,000ft2 (92m2)space will be open from 4:00am to midnight and will feature hot breakfast dishes in the mornings, and light fare for the rest of the day, including soups and sandwiches. Unique to this location, the grab and go cases will be stocked with salads and other Ashland Hill menu items such as fish and chips during peak times.

“There is such a unique culinary vibe throughout California, and we are excited to bring one more facet of it to LAX through Ashland Hill,” said Sergio Rodriguez, CEO of Areas in the USA. “This partnership takes food on-the-go up a notch for passengers traveling through Terminal 7.”

Ashland Hill is the third concept Areas has opened in T7. It also operates Dunkin’ Donuts and BGrill by BOA Steakhouse.

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