The biggest deal might be The Parlor — a popular spot for artisan pizza and handmade pastas, plus salads, sides, and breakfast items like a wood-fired pancake with rosemary maple syrup for early travelers.
For many of us, finally getting beyond security at the airport means you’re officially in vacation mode. Arizona’s award-winning and largest craft brewery, SanTan Brewing, now has a full-service restaurant and bar in the South Concourse. Travelers may enjoy craft and seasonal beers, or dig into pizzas, burgers, salads, sandwiches, breakfast items, and those irresistible Brewer’s Fries.
Mustache Pretzels – the award-winning, Phoenix-based pretzel company that began as one food truck. And Mustache Pretzels are just like they sound, so keep your camera handy.
Other new Terminal 3 food and beverage choices include Panera Bread, Shake Shack, and two new Starbucks locations (duh) with a Phoenix skyline-inspired design.
“We’re thrilled to ring in the New Year by welcoming travelers with a new, enhanced dining experience of local and national favorites in the modernized Terminal 3,” HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Stephen Douglas says in a press release. “HMSHost and our restaurant partners are honored to be a part of Sky Harbor’s growth and modernization and excited to continue evolving the dining choices with the most in-demand and on-trend flavors.”
HMSHost, a global restaurant, has also brought local dining options like Barrio Café, Chelsea’s Kitchen, and Cowboy Ciao to Sky Harbor — primarily to Terminal 4. HMSHost partnered with KIND Hospitality, Inc., and Emerging Domestic Market Ventures, LLC to populate Terminal 3 with these dining options as part of Sky Harbor’s Terminal 3 Modernization Program.
John S. McCain III Terminal 3 serves Delta, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, and Sun Country airlines.