Food offerings at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport are about to expand.
Fraport USA, the Pennsylvania-based company that develops and manages retail at the airport, announced a partnership with Denver-based Skyport Hospitality to bring to Hopkins the burger chain and three other restaurants. The restaurants are slated to open during wintr 2018.
The multi-year contract covers 5,700 square-feet of new and renovated concession space.
“We are thrilled to announce the exciting lineup with our new operator, Skyport Hospitality, and to welcome this talented group to our program at CLE,” Tina LaForte, vice president of Fraport Cleveland, said in a news release. “We share Skyport’s mission to elevate what it means to eat and drink at an airport. Through our partnership and with these new establishments, we are aiming to deliver that and more to serve the airport’s growing passenger base.”
The other restaurants are Wow Bao, which specializes in Asian steamed buns, potstickers, rice and noodle bowls; Cantina Taqueria and Tequila Bar, a casual
Mexican restaurant with street-style food; and 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen, a
Los Angeles-based brand specializing in pizza.
“We’ve been welcomed so warmly since we opened our very first Ohio Shack earlier this year in Pinecrest,” said Michael Kark, Shake Shack vice president of global licensing, in a news release. “We are excited to journey to the West Side and to share Shake Shack with even more Clevelanders, whether they’re just starting their journey or heading home to Cleveland.”