December 5 2016  |  Airlines & Airports

Martini toasts second bar at Pittsburgh International Airport

By Hibah Noor

The 2,600 square foot Martini bar/restaurant, located landside, seats up to 100 in a modern, dynamic space

Martini has opened its second location at Pittsburgh International Airport, where guests can enjoy food and drink from a trendy cocktail lounge.

The 2,600 square foot bar/restaurant, located landside, seats up to 100 in a modern, dynamic space.

“Airside, Martini has become popular among travelers for its tempting cocktails and creative fare in a setting that reintroduces style to the traveling experience,” said Bob Kerlik, Vice President of Media Relations, Pittsburgh International Airport.

“A new landside location means travelers can have dinner with their friends and family who are seeing them off or greeting them at the airport. It’s one of several new additions landside, including Starbucks in baggage claim.” 

For dining, Martini offers small plates, soups and salads, and starters ranging from hummus with toasted pita and veggies to smoked chicken wings and short rib sliders. Sandwiches include grilled chicken on a pretzel bun, barbacoa burritos and chicken Caesar wraps. Assorted flatbreads round out the fare.

For drinks, Martini signature cocktails showcase Pittsburgh flair, such as The 412, Paris of Appalachia and Three Rivers Sangria. Classic concoctions like the Hemingway Daiquiri, Mint Julep and Moscow Mule seek to evoke the classic luxury of air travel.

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