Boston Logan International serves Spanish Caribbean cuisine to customers
Spanish Caribbean cuisine will soon be on offer at Boston Logan International Airport, as part of the Dine Boston Visiting Chef Program, which showcases local chefs' specialties for a three-month period at the airport restaurant.
The Massachusetts-based airport is offering the program to chefs from America’s New England region. Puerto Rico born chef, Alberto Cabré, who owns restaurant Casa B, is the latest to join the program and will be offering food to travellers starting from this month.
Located in Somerville's Union Square, Casa B’s menu offers traditional dishes from the Spanish Caribbean. All the restaurant’s menu items are intended for sharing. At Dine Boston, chef Cabre's menu will consist of two appetizers, a selection of entrees and desserts.
Dine Boston is located pre-security in the Airmall in Terminal E, allowing both airport visitors and airline passengers to dine at the restaurant. Airmall manages retail, food and beverage concessions at four US airports, including Boston Logan.
“With a warm atmosphere inspired by Latin American design, and delicious modern interpretations of traditional Spanish food, Casa B has become one of the region's most popular tapas restaurants,” said Michael Caro, vice president of Airmall Boston.
“The Airmall at Boston Logan International and Dine Boston are pleased that travellers can now enjoy the inventive Spanish Caribbean cuisine from Chef Cabre at the airport as part of the Dine Boston Visiting Chef Program.”