MORE Restaurants Announced for New Terminal in the Orlando International Airport

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Orlando International Airport

The Orlando International Airport is a hotspot for tourists and locals traveling all around the world, and it has become one of the busiest airports in the entire U.S. That’s why it’s getting some pretty major updates! They’re currently in the process of building a Terminal C, and today we got more details on what the food scene will be like in this new building.

According to the MCO website, there will be more than 24 food and beverage options located throughout the building. We already knew about some of these spots, like Wine Bar George and Sunshine Diner by Chef Art Smith. 

©Sunshine Diner

However, now we’ve got a slightly more comprehensive list (though they didn’t announce ALL the options). Here’s what the Orlando International Airport has said will be coming so far:

  • Starbucks
  • Chick-fil-A
  • Auntie Anne’s
  • Cinnabon
  • Barnie’s Coffee & Tea Co.
  • Provisions by Cask & Larder
  • Cucina & Co.
  • Orlando Brewing Bar & Bites
©Orlando International Airport
  • Wine Bar George
  • PGA Tour Grill
  • Olde Hearth Bread Co.
  • Sunshine Diner by Chef Art Smith
  • Cask & Larder Public House
  • Raw Juice
  • Orange County Brewers

That’s 15 different places to eat so far — we can’t wait to see the full list! If you’re as excited about this new terminal as we are, then you should know that it will open on September 19th, 2022. The entire opening process should take about two weeks.

©Orlando International Airport | Terminal C concept art

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One Reply to “MORE Restaurants Announced for New Terminal in the Orlando International Airport”

  1. A long way from the single landing strip McCoy Air Force base (that’s where
    their airport designation “MCO” comes from.)