HMSHost to operate 14 dining locations at Boston Logan

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Restaurateurs HMSHost and Master ConcessionAir have been awarded a 10-year contract to operate the food and beverage locations in terminals A, B, C and E at Boston Logan International Airport, Massachusetts. The projected revenue for the period is approximately US$540m.

Under the new contract, HMSHost will operate 14 restaurants in locations owned by real estate firm MarketPlace Development, in a combination of new and currently occupied spaces. The offering, which will consist of a combination of traditional New England dining favorites as well as more recent international culinary trends, will be fully operational by the mid-2020.

The openings in Terminal B include Kelly’s Roast Beef, a family-owned restaurant with four eastern-Massachusetts locations; Trade, a casual-dining Mediterranean restaurant by award-winning chef Jody Adams; Sullivan’s, a quick-service seaside-style eatery; and Monument Restaurant & Tavern, a modern take on the classic American tavern from Charlestown, Massachusetts. Terminal B will also offer four Starbucks stores, from pre-security to Pier A and Pier B.

In Terminal C, HMSHost will open an airport location of Hanover Street’s year-round indoor marketplace, Boston Public Market. In this marketplace, travelers will find local market vendors offering fresh, seasonal food and drink from New England’s farmers, fishers and food entrepreneurs.

Terminal E travelers will also enjoy culinary flavors from chef Jody Adams with Saloniki Greek. This quick-serve Mediterranean-style restaurant will also include a full-service bar.

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