NEW Restaurants Are One Step Closer to Opening at Orlando Airport’s Terminal C

If you’ve been staying up-to-date on the expansion at Orlando International Airport, then you probably already know that the new terminal, Terminal C, will begin its two-week-long phased opening on September 19th.


©Orlando International Airport | Terminal C

In addition to advanced technology like facial recognition and a luggage identification system, this new terminal is getting TONS of new restaurants! These new restaurants include Sunshine Diner (by Chef Art Smith of Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ fame), Wine Bar George (yes, like the one in Disney Springs), and several restaurants by the folks responsible for The Polite Pig (another Disney Springs restaurant). With the opening of the new terminal just a month away, these new restaurants are getting ready to open, too. Cask & Larder, the company that owns many of the news restaurants coming to Terminal C just announced that it will be hosting a job fair for positions available at the new restaurants!

Cask & Larder, the company responsible for The Polite Pig in Disney Springs and lots of restaurants in Terminal C at Orlando International Airport (MCO) recently shared details about an upcoming job fair for the new MCO restaurants along with some concept art for the restaurants, as well!


If you’re interested in the job fair, it will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn at 7300 August National Drive in Orlando TODAY from 9AM-4PM. There will be several positions open at multiple locations. As part of the post, Cask & Larder also shared some concept art for the new restaurants! We’ve seen a lot of this concept art before, but now we have a look at Orlando Brewing Bar & Bites…


©Cask & Larder

…Olde Hearth Bread Company…


©Cask & Larder

…Barnie’s Coffee and Tea…


©Cask & Larder

…and Wine Bar George!


©Cask & Larder

These restaurants are just a few of the 24 new restaurants coming to Terminal C, so there won’t be a shortage of places for travelers to eat when the terminal opens next month! When it opens, Terminal C will have 11 airlines flying in and out of it, including JetBlue, which has been in the news recently due to the airline’s proposed merger with Spirit Airlines.

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