SSP recreates neighborhood feel at Sea-Tac

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SSP America, a division of travel F&B specialist SSP Group, has announced the opening of its Capitol Hill Food Hall at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Located on Concourse A between Gates A5 and A6, this 7,077ft2  (658m2) food hall replicates the feeling of a well-known Seattle foodie neighborhood and brings a lively, multifaceted experience, according to SSP.

The SSP-owned boutique concept merges the artisanal flair of the Capitol Hill neighborhood with convenience, multiple local food and craft beverage choices, comfortable seating, and a dedicated performance space for live music.

“This sort of blurring experience is an emerging restaurant trend that we’re delighted to bring to Seattle,” said Sebastiaan Rotteveel, senior director of restaurant development and innovation for SSP America. “Blurring means that everything is together, that there are no barriers between what travelers need. Why should travelers have to spend time and energy finding every different thing their family or group wants when we can bring it together for them, and make their airport visit so much better?”

The Capitol Hill Food Hall, open between 4:00am and 10:00pm every day, includes the following restaurants and vendors: Caffe Ladro; Pizza Vino; Chowder Shack; and Tap & Pour.

“A great food market reflects a city’s heart,” added Rotteveel. “To be able to capture that taste of place for airport visitors to enjoy, whether they leave the airport or not, is always the goal of SSP America.”

The opening of Capitol Hill Food Hall brings to 10 the number of restaurants and kiosks operated by SSP America at Seattle-Tacoma.

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