SSP America has opened the Farmers’ Market restaurant at Indianapolis International Airport. The restaurant serves foods and products grown, produced and packaged by more than 60 Indiana Grown members from throughout the state.
Located in Concourse B, The Farmers’ Market will feature a rotating, seasonal menu that will leverage members of the Indiana Grown organization.
“The Farmer’s Market showcases the state of Indiana’s beautifully rich culinary landscape, and the region’s multiple artisans,” said Bob Stanton, SSP America vice president of business development. “We’ll be rotating the menus on a quarterly basis with seasonally grown products as we work to highlight as many products as possible, in the hopes the business opportunities grow for the Indiana Grown members. “Our thanks to the Indy airport and the Indiana Grown team, as well as our joint venture partners, for bringing this project to life.”
The Farmers’ Market is the first is a series of new dining options for IND passengers this year, including openings of the expanded and renovated Harry & Izzy’s and Chick-fil-A airport locations this spring. Local favorite, HotBox Pizza, will also make its airport debut this spring in Civic Plaza, while the Circle City Beer Garden plans to open in Civic Plaza this summer. The Tap will open this summer in Concourse B with a robust menu.
“We’ve been very intentional in our concessions refresh initiative to present various aspects of the Hoosier experience, and the Farmers’ Market featuring Indiana Grown delivers it in the most authentic way,” said Mario Rodriguez, Indianapolis Airport Authority executive director.