March 4 2019  |  Airlines & Airports

Chicago O’Hare welcomes new food and beverage outlets

By Jas Ryat


Starbucks’ 18th cafe at Chicago O'Hare is located on the L Concourse extension

Chicago Department of Aviation and HMSHost have announced the opening of two new concessions at O'Hare International Airport: Burger Federation and Starbucks.

The addition of these two international food and beverage brands will bring O'Hare travelers more options on the newly-built L Concourse extension at Terminal 3.

Burger Federation brings a cutting-edge casual dining experience. With a presence in 145 airports in 28 countries, Burger Federation offers travelers handcrafted specialty burgers and a Classic Chicago Dog.

The new Starbucks location in the L concourse is the 18th Starbucks at O'Hare, home to the most Starbucks locations in a US airport. Alongside coffee, Starbucks offers premium teas, fine pastries and other treats.

"O'Hare is proud to bring our travelers more food and beverage options than ever before," said Chicago Department of Aviation Commissioner Jamie L. Rhee.

"These new locations at Terminal 3 will enhance the customer experience for millions of passengers from all around the world served every year. With O'Hare's expansion on the horizon, we are committed to many more high quality food and beverage locations and a class travel experience for every passenger choosing to fly to Chicago O'Hare."

Burger Federation and Starbucks are located on the new 41,000 square feet L concourse extension known as the L-Stinger.

Opened last spring, the expansion delivered the first new gates to O'Hare airport in more than 25 years, and kicked off a series of improvements over the next decade as O'Hare undergoes its biggest expansion yet.

These improvements are part of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's O'Hare 21 vision to modernize the airport by building more efficient, higher capacity facilities.

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