Shops, restaurants at Orlando International Airport’s new terminal focus on local flavor

Local food, artists to get the spotlight when new terminal opens

A rendering of the domestic arrivals area at Terminal C at Orlando International Airport. (Orlando International Airport, Orlando International Airport)

ORLANDO, Fla. – When the new Terminal C at Orlando International Airport opens later this year, it will give travelers a distinctly local taste of what Orlando has to offer.

The airport announced 24 food offerings coming to the new terminal, with several local businesses opening locations.

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  • Barnie’s Coffee and Tea Co.
  • Cucina and Co.
  • Orlando Brewing Bar and Bites
  • Wine Bar George
  • PGA Tour Grill
  • Olde Hearth Bread Co.
  • Orange County Brewers
  • Raw Juice

Cask and Larder, which already has a location at the airport, will open two more spots in Terminal C — Cask and Larder Public House and Provisions by Cask and Larder.

Eola Market, Shake Shack, Greenbeat, Einstein Bros., Starbucks and Chick Fil-A are some of the other options that will be available.

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The airport also announced that, in addition to theme park shops from Disney, Universal and SeaWorld, the airport will have a store called City Arts Market, which will feature products created by local artists.

Orlando International Airport’s Terminal C is expected to open Sept. 19. The airport terminal will feature mostly JetBlue flights across most of its gates, along with the latest technology from check-in to baggage claim.

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