Travelers at Philadelphia International Airport now have one different consuming chance now that California Pizza Kitchen opened up an outpost on Thursday morning.
The casual pizza chain, positioned in Terminal E, will convey breakfast, lunch, dinner and cocktails impressed by the flavors of California.
Adjacent to Gate E12, the restaurant has a full-service consuming room and bar along with a to-go counter for quick bites and low sooner than a flight.
The restaurant partnered with Miami-based Areas, which focuses on meals and beverage suppliers inside the journey hospitality enterprise.
“We are very proud to partner with Areas to bring California Pizza Kitchen’s globally inspired menu to our traveling guests at Philadelphia International Airport,” acknowledged Jim Hyatt, CEO and president of California Pizza Kitchen. “Our second location with Areas and our fifth location in the greater Philadelphia area, we look forward to serving airport guests the same delicious, high-quality food and beverages and world-class hospitality that they expect from our traditional locations.”
Highlights of the CPK menu embrace hand-tossed artisan pizzas, salads, breakfast sandwiches and a crispy brioche French toast. The bar choices hand-crafted cocktails and sangrias.
“We are excited in regards to the new addition of California Pizza Kitchen,” said Mel Hannah, vice president and general manager of Philadelphia Marketplace, which manages the airport’s food and retail programs. “It is a perfect stop for vacationers to benefit from good consuming and a full consuming room and bar in a first-class high quality environment.”