Pittsburgh International Airport’s Newest Eatery Offers Travelers the Best of the Strip District

The Strip Market Opens in Center Core

PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh’s famous Strip District has found a second home in Pittsburgh International Airport’s Airmall with the opening of The Strip Market (840 sq. ft.). This specialty foods market will feature renowned Pittsburgh favorites as well as a grab-and-go menu that is inspired by the Strip District’s regional fare.

“Whether a traveler is new to Pittsburgh or proud of their hometown cuisine, The Strip Market offers a true taste of the region,” said Bob Kerlik, vice president of media relations. “Bringing more of Pittsburgh into the airport is important and travelers will have a great opportunity to experience that with this market.”

The Strip Market offers travelers the experience of the historic neighborhood it’s named after. The name refers to a narrow strip of land that borders downtown where Pittsburghers shop for locally sourced and specialty foods at an array of grocers, produce stands, meat and fish markets and sidewalk vendors. A photo mural depicts the Strip District’s rich history.

Grab-and-go menu options prepared onsite feature foods from local purveyors such as Anthony’s Original Produce, The Bagel Factory, Janoski Farms and Soergel Orchards. The central ingredient in the iconic Isaly’s “chipped chopped ham” sandwich on the menu comes from Pennsylvania Macaroni. Travelers can also grab a cup of Nicholas Coffee or a pre-flight treat from prized snack makers like Enrico Biscotti, Mac’s Donuts, Sarris Candy, and Snyder of Berlin.