July 22 2016  |  Airline & Terminal News

PIT opens Chai’s Pittsburgh Fusion and Chick-fil-A

By Rick Lundstrom

 Chick-fil-A is a popular fast food outlet in the United States

A national favorite and a new local eatery are joining the dining lineup at Pittsburgh International Airport’s (PIT) AirMall as Chai’s Pittsburgh Fusion and Chick-fil-A open in the airport’s Center Core.

“Passengers at Pittsburgh International Airport know to expect quality and variety when shopping and dining at the airport,” said Bob Kerlik, vice president of media relations in yesterday’s announcement. “We are pleased to welcome the new Chai’s Pittsburgh Fusion and Chick-fil-A for travelers dining on the go.”

Chai’s Pittsburgh Fusion is 624 square feet and a new concept from Kon Kwee Chai, a longstanding local owner-operator. It features Asian favorites like General Tso’s chicken, spicy noodles and seaweed salad. The new restaurant, detailed in modern bamboo tile and wood, features comfy bar seating where patrons can watch as fresh-made sushi is rolled before their eyes.

Known for its original chicken sandwich, Chick-fil-A, at 867 square feet, serves freshly prepared meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner in more than 2,000 restaurants around the country, and in its new location in the Center Core. The popular eatery has been a frequent dining stop for travelers since it opened last month. 


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