MarketPlace Logan reveals more brands for Boston Logan International Airport
MarketPlace Logan, an affiliate of Boston-based New England Development and manager of the Boston Logan Concessions Program (BOS Shop Dine), has announced the next wave of restaurant and retail brands that will land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) before the end of 2019.
The news follows BOS Shop Dine Program’s August announcement featuring some of Boston’s most iconic brands coming to the airport, including the now-open Lucca Restaurant & Bar and Kelly’s Roast Beef in Terminal B.
The latest arrivals which have recently opened include Dunkin Donuts, Pei Wei Asian Kitchen, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Starbucks (relocated) and WPizza.
The terminal’s shopping options also include 5th & Sunset, Ink by Hudson, New England Collections, Tech on the Go and Tumi.
Keeping the culture of surrounding neighborhoods and of the New England region at top of mind, the airport will showcase local flavor as well as popular shopping spots, including: North End deli and Italian market Monica’s Mercato; Portland, Maine favorite OTTO Pizza; trendy Chinatown gastropub Shōjō Boston; Official Burger of the Boston Red Sox, Tasty Burger; Boston Mexican hot spot Temazcal Tequila Cantina; Asian fast-casual Wow Bao; and MAC Cosmetics. All are set to open in 2019.
“Our team is very excited to announce this next phase of restaurants, fast-casual eateries and shopping options to the traveling public at Boston Logan. We think passengers will welcome these well-known brands, many of which are local in nature and will create a hometown feel for our travelers,” said Paul McGinn, President, MarketPlace Development.
“MarketPlace Logan along with our collaboration with Massport looks forward to offering a taste of Boston and New England, and that’s something we stand behind and will remain committed to when introducing new restaurants and retailers to our Boston Logan community.”
Specific terminal locations and more opening details will be announced later, the operator said.