If you’ve looked at your airline ticket and find you have a long layover at San Diego International Airport, not to worry: There are 16 new restaurants and shops now open for you to enjoy.
This is the first wave of concession openings, which are part of the Concession Development Program designed to revive the entire airport’s shopping and dining experience. The program aims to create an environment throughout the terminals that is uniquely “San Diego,” offering local favorites from restaurants and shops around the city.
Standouts of the latest openings include the PGA Tour Grill, featuring a healthy menu where diners can also watch golf, located in Terminal 2 West; Be Relax Spa, where fliers can squeeze in a massage or pedicure before their flight, located in Terminal 2 East and West; and Craft Brews on 30th Street, a bar and restaurant that celebrates San Diego’s local craft beer culture.
Traveling San Diegans can expect another 30 openings in August, which will feature all new restaurants and shops, as well. The Concession Development Program will complete its revitalization of Lindbergh Field in 2014, with a total of 87 new concessions.
To learn more about the program and a complete list of the new concessions, visit their website.