March 4 2019  |  Airlines & Airports

Philadelphia Airport boosts food and retail lineup

By Mary Jane Pittilla

Philadelphia Marketplace recently has expanded its roster of food and retail options at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).

New additions include handbag and accessories brand Coach, located in the B/C Connector, and Vera Bradley (D/E Connector), which specializes in bags, fragrance and luggage.

Yards Brewery Company (Concourse A East) is the first Philadelphia brewery to join the Philadelphia Marketplace family. It specializes in ales, particularly those in the English tradition.

PHL Sports (B/C Connector) carries local team sports merchandise customized to meet Philadelphia sports enthusiasts. Product offerings include apparel, jerseys, accessories, drinkware, commemorative memorabilia, toys and gifts.

Heritage Books (B/C Connector) offers reading materials such as the latest novels and magazines.

La Colombe (B/C Connector) is a US specialty coffee roaster and retailer headquartered in Philadelphia, opening its fourth location at PHL. Other locations include Concourse A-East, Concourse B and Concourse E.

InMotion Entertainment (Concourse A East), also located in the B/C Connector and Concourse C, carries cutting-edge items in premium electronics, including noise-canceling headphones, wireless headphones, speakers, tablets, digital action cameras, fitness trackers, portable power and mobile accessories.

“These new merchants give our passengers even more options when it comes to shopping and dining, and there’s still more to come in 2019,” said Mel Hannah, Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace PHL. “We are proud of the diverse options we’re able to provide the 30 million passengers who pass through our airport each year.”

Next up, Philadelphia Marketplace will add 5th & Sunset to its retail roster. In the coming months, additional national retail brands and several new restaurants, both recognizable names and local favorites, will join the mix.

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