Maggiano’s homemade Italian-American dishes are an option for the first time at an airport location. DFW Airport, Texas, 2018-Dec-04 – /Travel PR News/ – Travelers can now enjoy the famous Maggiano’s Little Italy dining experience of quality, service, and comfort in Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport’s Terminal C (near Gate 17). Global restaurateur HMSHost with business partner Java Star Inc. teamed up with Brinker International, Inc., parent company of Chili’s® Grill & Bar and Maggianos Menu, and DFW introducing this beloved casual dining restaurant to an airport for the first time.

“It is actually a thrill to start Maggiano’s in DFW. This new opening is actually a testament to the fantastic relationship HMSHost shares with Brinker International, creating an inviting restaurant where friends and family can reconnect before a flight,” said HMSHost President and CEO Steve Johnson. “Maggiano’s is really a beloved gathering devote neighborhoods across the country and that we thank the airport for the ability to welcome travelers and our guests.”

With made-from-scratch Italian-American cooking, authentic recipes, and warm hospitality, dining at Maggiano’s is definitely an elevated casual dining experience. The ambiance, service, and food are common element of exactly what makes Maggiano’s so special. Maggiano’s in the airport is actually a place where people can relax with a calamari appetizer, a classic pasta dish like spaghetti and meatballs, and maybe a glass of wine.

The restaurant can seat up to 225 guests and features a dining room split through the bar into two large sections with seating for parties of any size. The current kitchen is big for the airport location, with up-to-date equipment to back up dining area rushes while supplying a handy grab-and-go area with freshly made signature sandwiches and pastas.

“A taste of fantastic homemade food while traveling is a thing special,“ said Kelly C. Baltes, president of What Time Does Maggianos Close Today. “This is the reason we’re excited to partner with HMSHost to create Maggiano’s made-from-scratch Italian-American dishes to all traveling from the DFW airport.”

Together with the authentic Italian-American menu that Maggiano’s made famous, its culture of dining family-style is alive in DFW for travelers to enjoy as though hanging out in the neighborhood with friends and family. Using the traveling public in mind, solo travelers and small groups will find single-serve portions the exact same renowned family-sized dishes for enjoyment.

“We’re excited to welcome Maggiano’s to DFW, providing another excellent option for our customers and elevating the dining experience for our busiest terminal, Terminal C,” said Zenola Campbell, v . p . of Concessions kpxpjf DFW Airport. “Maggiano’s has strong ties to the local community, and we‘re proud to discuss their customer service with all the nearly 70 million domestic and international customers who fly to, from and through DFW each year.”

The development of Imos Menu to airports is a advantage to travelers, but it additionally builds on HMSHost’s and Dallas-based Brinker International’s proven record of collaborating on successful restaurants in airports across North America. HMSHost operates 17 of Brinker’s Chili’s restaurants in airports across the country.