A lot of the restaurants and shops at Lindbergh Field are closing their doors -- but it's for a good reason.
Many of the businesses at Lindbergh Field are being replaced by temporary kiosks.
Over the next 15 months, 87 new restaurants and stores will land at Lindbergh.
The makeover even includes knocking out an entire wall in terminal two to make room for a spa.
And one of the highlites will be several local businesses like Phil's BBQ, Stone Brewery and Ryan Brothers Coffee, just to name a few.
"Really, if the concept catches on, it could go nationwide, and there's other examples of that throughout the country," said Nyle Marmion of Lindbergh Field Concessions. "Phils BBQ for example, people from all over the country are going to be tasting that and bringing that message back home."
The new shops and restaurants will open in phases throughout over the next 15 months.
On Monday, a grand opening will be held for a new duty free shop.