Travel Hospitality Services, a subsidiary of Delaware North Companies, will open three new restaurants and a travel convenience store in Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County’s (DTW) new North Terminal by the end of the year.
As part of the deal, one of the eateries will be a second location of Hockeytown Café©; the restaurant pays homage to Detroit’s love of the sport and the history it shares with the National Hockey League’s Detroit Red Wings.
The original restaurant, which opened downtown in 1998, is known for its food, beer list, broadcasts of Red Wings and other Detroit sport team games, its display of vintage motorcycles and sports-themed dé©cor. It was ranked the No. 2 sports bar in America by ESPN2.
The other two restaurants that will open are Le Petit Bistro, a European-style deli, and TGI Fridays, a national casual-dining restaurant.
“We know travelers are seeking a wide range of choices, and Delaware North will be providing north terminal patrons with great local and national brands they know and can count on for outstanding quality meals,” says Nick Biello, chief operating officer of the subsidiary company.
Travel Hospitality Services also will add an Everything ASAP travel convenience store in the north terminal; it is the second location for the store, which opened in Terminal C in 2005. The store will stock a variety of products, including cosmetics, cameras, batteries, snacks and souvenir items.
Travel Hospitality Services operates 19 restaurants and specialty
retail shops in the Detroit Metro Airport’s other terminals.