Comfort, craft, coffee and cocktails
One of Paradies Lagardère’s key strategic pillars is to bring “the familiar quality, taste and atmosphere of a favourite local restaurant seamlessly into an airport”.
And it has achieved exactly that with the opening of local Fort Worth eatery Brewed at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Terminal D.
Brewed serves up the alliteratively satisfying combination of comfort food, craft beer, coffee and cocktails. The Texas-inspired menu encompasses breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
“Brewed is a favourite dining spot in Fort Worth, and we’re excited to bring the concept to [the airport] not only for long-time fans of the restaurant, but travellers unfamiliar with it,” said Paradies Lagardere Dining Division President Regynald Washington.
“We’re confident they’ll love not only the delicious food, but the comfortable, welcoming atmosphere, and friendly, first-class customer service.”
Brewed Co-Owner Joey Turner praised the airport and retailer vision to highlight more locally-owned ventures. “We are truly honoured to have this opportunity to show off all things Fort Worth,” he said. “This is a win for all local entrepreneurs who’ve ever had a dream.”
Brewed co-owners Dayna Corley and Joey Turner (centre) open the restaurant at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in traditional fashion, along with Paradies Lagardère President and CEO Gregg Paradies and the airport’s Ken Buchanan and Zenola Campbell (far right) – All photos: Andy Jacobsohn
Impacting the world: The Brewed team pose in front of the Terminal D concession
“This is a win for all local entrepreneurs who’ve ever had a dream”: Brewed co-owners Dayna Corley and Joey Turner address guests at the opening
Sense of Taste: Paradies Lagardère President and CEO Gregg Paradies emphasised the importance of introducing travellers to local flavours and culture