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HMSHost Corp. has brought 20 food and beverage locations to Phoenix Sky Harbor’s (PHX) Terminal 4, a mix of local flavor and national concepts.

“We are extremely proud of the outstanding range and quality of restaurants we have brought to entice the travelers at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport,” says Steve Johnson, executive vice president of business development at HMSHost. “The participation from local restaurateurs and chefs has really helped transform this terminal into one of the most diverse airport dining venues in the country.”

Restaurant partners include local restaurateurs Sam Fox of Fox Restaurant Group; Bob Lynn of LGO Hospitality; and Chef Silvana Salcido-Esparza.

Fox’s Sauce is in the Terminal 4 food court, offering pizza, salad and pasta. His other three restaurants include Blanco Tacos & Tequilla, serving Mexican fare; Modern Burger, featuring sliders; Olive & Ivy, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and marketplace; and Dilly’s Deli, a local brand serving sandwiches, wraps, soup and salad; all are on Concourse A.

On Concourse D, Lynn’s contributions include La Grande Orange, offering four options: LGO Burger, LGO Deli and LGO Pizza with Grateful Spoon Gelato. On the same concourse, Esparza’s Barrio Cafe features Mexican-inspired dishes.

In the pre-security Terminal 4, Lynn’s Chelsea’s Kitchen offers burgers, taco platters, rotisserie meats and American comfort food. A nearby Starbucks sells coffee and baked goods.
 
In the B gate area, New York Pizza Department sells New York-style pizza; two local, family-owned restaurants are also in the mix: El Bravo, serving Mexican dishes, and Focaccia Fiorentina, serving traditional Italian pasta, pizza, sandwiches and salad, Press Coffee, in that same area, offers coffee, salad, soup and paninis.
 
Cowboy Ciao, a local restaurant that bills itself as Southwest meets Italian to become eclectic American, is in the high B gates. Also there are la Madeleine, with salad, vegetarian dishes and sweets, as well as McDonald’s and Starbucks.
 
Those going through Concourse C will find Paradise Bakery & Cafe, Sir Veza’s Taco Garage and Cartel Coffee Lab.
 
 “We are so pleased to be able to offer travelers such an impressive mix of local and national brands through HMSHost,” says David Cavazos, city manager of the city of Phoenix. “Airport Director Danny Murphy and his team have done a tremendous job of reaching out to the local community and encouraging small business partnerships.”