FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Nov. 2, 2023) – Delaware North, a global hospitality and entertainment company, today announced the official grand opening of casual-dining seafood restaurant Bonefish Grill at Broward County’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL).
The 115-seat restaurant is located post-security in Terminal 3 along the connector walkway between Concourses E and F. The 4,500-square-foot airport outpost of the popular national brand is situated next door to The Market on Las Olas, which opened in August as the first location in a Florida airport to feature Amazon’s checkout-free shopping platform.
“We have been eagerly awaiting the debut of Bonefish Grill at FLL as part of the final phase of new concessions to open in our multiyear Terminal 3 modernization program, and the wait was worth it,” FLL CEO/Director of Aviation Mark Gale said. “It simply looks great, and the restaurant’s attractive décor, stunning centerpiece bar, airfield views and seafood-themed menu are a welcomed addition to the airport’s offerings. Travelers are going to love it.”
The chef-inspired menu at Bonefish Grill includes options for children, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with a full bar that features beer, wine and spirits.
“The debut of Bonefish Grill adds another excellent full-service dining option,” said Eric Haseman, director of operations for Delaware North Travel in Florida. “This is a momentous time for us, with the opening of three new outlets in recent months and more on the horizon.”
In addition to The Market on Las Olas, Delaware North also introduced the Topo Chico Hard Seltzer Cantina in Terminal 3, Concourse E in late September. The 20-seat concept offers a variety of Topo Chico’s hard seltzers, along with beer, wine, and cocktails.
Delaware North is in preparation for the launch of a Terminal 3 food court, featuring a blend of national and local fast-casual brands. The completion of this three-concept food court, anticipated in early 2024, marks the culmination of Delaware North’s 26-unit foodservice program at FLL.
Photo caption: Officials from Delaware North, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Broward County and Bonefish Grill cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of the first airport outpost of Bonefish Grill. From left to right are Monica Cepero, Broward County administrator; Justin Nabbie of Superior Hospitality, a Delaware North joint-venture partner; Penny Talbot, Regional Vice President, Bonefish Grill Florida; Mark Bogen, Broward County commissioner; Hazelle Rogers, Broward County commissioner; Lou Jacobs, CEO of Delaware North; Michael Udine, Broward County commissioner; Robert McKinzie, Broward County commissioner; and Mark E. Gale, CEO/director of aviation for the Broward County Aviation Department.
About Delaware North
Delaware North is a global leader in the hospitality and entertainment industry. The company annually serves more than a half-billion guests across three continents, including at high-profile sports venues, airports, national and state parks, restaurants, resorts, hotels and casinos. Building on more than a century of enduring partnerships and a commitment to local communities and sustainability, Delaware North’s vision is to delight guests by creating the world’s best experiences today while reimagining tomorrow. Learn more at www.DelawareNorth.com and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
About Broward’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, FLL generated $37.5 billion in economic activity annually and nearly 18,000 direct, local jobs. In 2022, the airport served nearly 31.7 million passengers. FLL is located in Greater Fort Lauderdale in the heart of Florida’s Gold Coast. The Aviation Department, FLL’s operator, is a self-supporting agency of the Broward County Board of County Commissioners that does not rely on local tax dollars for operations and capital improvements. The department also operates North Perry Airport, a general aviation facility for private and charter aircraft operators. Call 954-359-6100 for more information. For updates on airport programs and services, follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, or visit fll.net.