OTG unveils Vanguard Kitchen in Newark Liberty Terminal C

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Renowned chef Dan Kluger, the founder of Loring Place restaurant in New York City, has partnered with food and beverage (F&B) operator OTG to design a unique farm-to-terminal menu for the latest offering at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.

Located in Terminal C, Vanguard Kitchen serves a range of appetizers and salads including steamed mussels with coconut broth and coconut flakes; beets and carrots with curry and honey yogurt; and steak and roasted pear salad with arugula and fennel in a pine nut vinaigrette. Entrees include a crispy Portobello sandwich with a carrot remoulade; black sea bass in a sweet onion and cauliflower cream; and a grilled pork chop in a caramelized apple and onion glaze.

Designed by architectural firm Rockwell Group, the space features a contrasting palette of deep purples and white, complemented by a central marble farm table and a large chrome light fixture hanging overhead. Additionally, OTG commissioned acclaimed artist James Nares to create a painting especially for the lounge. Vanguard is the latest in a series of OTG concepts to open at Newark as part of the company’s US$120m transformation of the United Airlines terminal.

Rick Blatstein, CEO of OTG, said, “Being able to bring the incredible work of both Dan Kluger and James Nares to the terminal has been a tremendous experience. By bringing this caliber of talent to the table, we ensure United travelers passing through experience the very best of the region.”

Alongside its unique menu, Vanguard features a fully connected guest experience driven by OTG’s flo platform. Mounted iPads, located at every table throughout the restaurant, provide travelers with an intuitive visual menu as well as real-time flight notifications, games, entertainment and complimentary web access. Power and USB outlets are also available at every seat.

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