SSP America to operate six restaurants at Salt Lake City Airport

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Food and beverage (F&B) operator SSP America has been awarded two contracts by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA) to develop and operate a total of six concession spaces at Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah. The contracts will see SSP America introduce a collection of award-winning local brands anchored by a fast-food brand with a national presence.

Scott Welding, vice president of business development, SSP America, said, “The airport’s continued growth and SLCDA’s investment in that growth means continued economic output for this wonderful region. SSP America is delighted to be bolstering that progression with award-winning local brands and partnerships that deliver our signature taste of place.”

SSP’s line-up includes:
Blue Lemon (pre-security) – A local pioneer in the fast-casual concept, Aaron and Lychelle Day’s Blue Lemon combines fresh gourmet ingredients with affordability to create a family friendly, fast casual restaurant.

Fillings & Emulsions (Concourse A/Terminal Plaza) – Straight from its South Main Street location, Fillings & Emulsions brings a Latin-inspired patisserie, combining the cuisine and culture of Cuba with French techniques.

Pago (Concourse A/Terminal Plaza) –Scott Evans is a name synonymous with culinary excellence throughout the Salt Lake region. Known in equal measure for wine as well as food, Pago brings an unrivalled name and brand to this upscale dining location.

Panda Express (Concourse A/Terminal Plaza) – Panda Express, is the leader in US Chinese fast-casual restaurants and a welcome addition to airport dining options for busy passengers on the go.

Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen (Concourse A/Terminal Plaza) – Thomas Kreitlow’s Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen brings a fast casual format with healthy food and beverages that serve vegetarian, vegan, paleo and other special dietary lifestyles.

Uinta Brewing Company (Concourse B) – For over 25 years, Uinta has represented the Utah lifestyle to craft beer enthusiasts from coast-to-coast. Guests will enjoy exceptional scratch made pub fare, expertly paired with a diverse selection of locally produced Uinta beers.

Interested in further developments from Salt Lake City? Bill Wyatt, executive director of airports, Salt Lake City, will chair a panel discussion analysing why airports and/or airlines find design/build delivery attractive at this year’s Passenger Terminal Conference, which takes place during Passenger Terminal Expo, 26, 27 and 28 March 2019, in London. Register here for your delegate pass.
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