New Openings Include Potbelly, Hudson Euro Café, Ohio Game Day Sports, and Subway
CLEVELAND, Aug. 18, 2016 – Travelers at the AIRMALL at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) can now enjoy toasty, warm sandwiches, cravable salads and tasty shakes from the new Potbelly Sandwich Shop as well as an array of new shops and eateries at the airport.
“Keeping the dining and shopping options fresh at AIRMALL Cleveland is part of our goal to enhance the traveling experience for passengers,” said Tina LaForte, vice president, AIRMALL Cleveland. “These great new restaurants and shops reinforce the expectations of travelers that they can always find the perfect gift or a tasty meal at CLE.”
Potbelly Sandwich Shop (968 sf) in Concourse C delivers a unique and quirky experience that celebrates the area with one-of-a-kind decor developed by the craftspeople at the Potbelly Workshop. In addition to its famous toasted sandwiches, Potbelly serves soups, chilis and sides, salads, handdipped shakes and sweet treats like malts, smoothies and freshly baked cookies.
In addition, several new and remodeled shops and eateries have opened across the airport:
- Hudson Euro Café on the ticketing level offers a café-style menu including savory breakfast sandwiches, classic chicken fingers and fries, and delicious drinks to satiate every passenger taste bud.
- Hudson’s newly remodeled store in Concourse A offers travelers everything from a tasty pre-flight snack to the latest reading material.
- Ohio Game Day Sports in the main terminal is a one-stop shop for Ohio sports fans looking for apparel and merchandise of their favorite professional and college sports teams like the Cleveland Browns, Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Indians, and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
- Subway in ticketing invites travelers to “eat fresh” with made-to-order flatbread breakfast sandwiches, subs, salads, chips and cookies.
“We welcome these additions to the airport’s dining and retail choices that serve the needs of our passengers and also celebrate the city and culture in which we take a great deal of pride,” said Fred Szabo, interim director, CLE.