Three more companies have signed lease agreements with BAA Cleveland in order to open established restaurant brands at the Airmall at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
The three new eateries coming to the Airmall are:
● Cheeburger Cheeburger (900 sq. ft.), operated by Robinson Hill CH, Inc., which will open a unit in the new main terminal food court. The 1950s-style burger restaurant will feature big burgers made with 100-per cent Angus beef, along with milk shakes, French fries and onion rings. Founded in 1986 on Sanibel Island, FL, Cheeburger Cheeburger has locations across the United States.
● Obrycki’s Crab House and Seafood Restaurant (2,400 sq. ft.), operated by CRC Cleveland, Inc. A long-established Maryland company offering freshly prepared seafood, Obrycki’s will open in Concourse D and will serve Maryland crab cakes, crab soup, hot crab dip and other dishes featured on the establishment’s menu for more than 60 years.
● Subway (900 sq. ft.), operated by Cleveland-area franchisees Deb & Joe Lukasik, which will open in Concourse D and will prepare sandwiches made to order, including the restaurant’s eight subs with 6 grams of fat or less. Subway is the world’s largest submarine sandwich franchise, with more than 28,500 locations in 86 countries.
The City of Cleveland signed a 10-year contract with BAA Cleveland in February 2008 to develop and manage concessions at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The city expects the Airmall to double the airport’s current participation rate of local and minority-owned companies, double the number of concession jobs, and double retail sales figures during the next decade.