New outlets planned for LAX T6
HMSHost yesterday announced an agreement with Westfield to bring four new restaurants to Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 6.
The first of the restaurants are scheduled to open in June of 2015, with the last being completed in May 2016. Two of the new restaurants will help showcase LA’s dining scene – Golden Road’s Brewing's Point the Way Café, a pub dedicated to the city’s first craft brewery, and HMSHost’s exclusive Blu2o, which will serve seafood and highlight LA’s beach life. HMSHost will also bring a Starbucks, as well as a Starbucks Reserve Evenings.
“Today’s travelers are constantly looking for a high-quality dining experience in the airport, and at the same time still want that comfort of what they know,” said Bryan Loden, Senior Director of Business Development at HMSHost in yesterday's announcement. “We wanted to give them the chance to have a uniquely LA dining experience with Point the Way Café and Blu2o, but also knew that bringing in one of America’s most popular brands, Starbucks, would be a huge hit with everyone coming through T6.”
Golden Road Brewing’s Point the Way Café is a casual pub serving craft beers and food. Golden Road will release the first craft beer made exclusively for airports – Carry On Citrus Ale, which will be served at the Point the Way Café.
Blu2o’s food, drinks, will seek to achieve the quintessential LA experience, by developing an inspired-by-the-beach menu, is LA’s own self-described “chef/surfer/gypsy/traveler” David Myers – Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef”, Angeleno’s “Chef of the Year”, and one of Hollywood Reporter’s “Most Influential Chefs in Hollywood”.
Travelers are always looking for the nearest Starbucks and now LAX will welcome them with a new location. Terminal 6 will also be home to the newest Starbucks Reserve Eveningswhich offers offering of the rare Reserve coffees from exclusive estates around the world, which are brewed with Starbucks’ innovative new Clover brewing system. Starbucks Evenings selection, includes local, seasonal beer and wines along with an expanded, more sophisticated food selection.