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Delaware North Expands In 2 Airports

Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services has opened new concepts in two airports recently.

At Memphis International (MEM), a wine bar called Memphis City Blues offers more than 40 selections of wine from throughout the country. It also features liquors, draft beer and food selections such as cheese and fruit boards, grilled panini sandwiches, salads and shrimp cocktail.  

“Memphis City Blues is an exciting concept and an extension of our Gateway Concept as it will provide travelers with the tastes and sounds of Memphis,” says Matt King, president of Delaware North Companies Travel Hospitality Services. “It’s a nice addition to our current food and beverage offerings at Memphis International Airport.”

The 552 sq. ft. venue can be found in Terminal B and also features music that showcases the Memphis rhythm and blues scene.

Buffalo Niagara International (BUF) also welcomed some new stores.

Located post-security, Everything ASAP is a travel convenience store offering amenities including cosmetics, over-the-counter medicines, cameras, batteries, small electronics, travel accessories and souvenirs, apparel, small toys, snacks and grab-and-go food items. The Delaware North proprietary concept is 740 sq. ft. and is open 5 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Light fare and a full bar can be found at Lake Erie Pub, the only pre-security offering at the airport. The new 1,084 sq. ft. concept replaces the previous Niagara Grille, and is open from 5 a.m. until the last arriving flight.