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    More eateries are coming to Ontario International Airport
    • May 30, 2024

    Ontario International Airport is in the midst of what it calls an aggressive rollout of food and beverage concessions in its two terminals.

    The latest eatery to open is Mi Casa Cantina in Terminal 4. It’s a quick service restaurant that sports a Day of the Dead look and serves tacos, burritos, nachos and bowls in the $17-$20 range.

    It is part of the airport’s year-old partnership with SSP America, which operates restaurants, bars and lounges in airports, train stations and other travel hubs.

    Two other SSP concepts will reopen after renovation in June, according to representatives. Urban Crave, which serves burgers, hot dogs and breakfast burritos, is also in Terminal 4. A gastropub called Tap-n-Pour is in Terminal 2.

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    The airport partnered with SSP America in 2023 after its contract with hospitality company Delaware North came to an end.

    The Airport is at about 20% vacancies for its concession spaces, according to representatives.





    ​ Orange County Register