Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is going give its Terminal 3 a makeover, with lots of local dining options and fresh new shops. All should be open by 2010.
In addition to a branch of Shake Shack, locally-themed dining venues coming from both airport dining operators Host International and SSP American in the mix will include:
- The Parlor– Wood oven pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, salads and more;
- Mustache Pretzel – Gourmet pretzels, dips and drinks.
- Postino – bruschetta boards, salads, sandwiches, beer, wine and more.
- Joyride Taco House – Tacos, burritos, craft cocktails and more.
- Tru Burger Co. –Specialty burgers from a local favorite.
- Original ChopShop – Salads, protein bowls, sandwiches, fresh juices and more.
- Uberrito Fresh Mex –Burritos, tacos, and more are available at this fresh-Mexican eatery.
- Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen – Locally-brewed beer makes,, pub fare, salads, craft beer and more.
- Leoni’s Focaccia – Sandwiches made with cured Italian meats, focaccia bread, and a variety of cheeses.
- Ajo Al’s Mexican Café – An Arizona original.
- Crave Grounds – Fresh donuts with locally-roasted coffees and specialty teas.
- The Tavern – From Phoenix Chef Mark Tarbell. Salads, sandwiches, burgers, and a variety of entrees.
- Christopher’s Crush – From James Beard award winner Chef Gross, a local restaurant with a variety of pizzas, salads, entrees, meats and cheeses and more.
Some of the locally-themed retail concepts on the way include:
- Discover Arizona– Arizona-themed gifts, souvenirs, books and more.
- Indigenous/Mosaic – Combines two popular Sky Harbor stores. Ceramics, jewelry, artwork, collectibles.
- Lolli and Pops – Candies, edible items and more.
- Travel Outfitters – Luggage and travel accessories from a local store that also has locations in Chandler and Scottsdale.
Some of these new outlets will open in late 2018/early 2019 as part of the Terminal’s new South Concourse. The rest should open when in 2020 when the north concourse renovation is finished. More details here.