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URW Announces New LAX Concessions

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) Airports, along with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), announced the opening of new retail and restaurants inside the West Gates at Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

The new dining options include a mix of American classic and international cuisine including the first airport restaurant from celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s brand Chicken Guy!. There is also a Burger King, Japanese noodle eatery Santouka, and opening soon is Spanish-style tapas restaurant Navarre.

All these new eateries will provide guests with more choices for dine-in options and faster service using the latest technology for mobile pickup and delivery via LAXOrderNow.com.

On the retail side, new brands include  LEGO, TMZ, InMotion and, opening soon, See’s Candies in the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

“The West Gates is one of the most modern and innovative airport concourses in the world and these new concessions are a wonderful complement to the exceptional experience our guests can expect when flying with LAX,” said Justin Erbacci, CEO of LAWA. “In partnership with URW, we have assembled a diverse lineup of brands and created opportunity for small-and-minority-owned businesses to participate in our airport concession’s program.”

As part of LAWA’s commitment to diversifying the airport concessions environment, each concession opening in the West Gates includes at least one Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) partner.

“We are excited to deliver new retail and dining options that continue to elevate the guest experience at LAX,” said Maral Matossian, URW general manager, LAX. “Our team, in partnership with LAWA, is dedicated to bringing experiential stores such as LEGO, brand favorites including InMotion and See’s Candies, and airport firsts like TMZ to the airport. A mix of dining options cater to all guests and our newest restaurant, Navarre, will bring flavors we have not seen before.”