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Rock & Brews restaurant takes the stage at Ontario airport

There is more good news for air travelers at Ontario International Airport (near Los Angeles) with the arrival of Rock & Brews Restaurant in Terminal 4, the latest restaurant opened by Delaware North’s travel division as part of the continuing transformation of the airport’s customer experience.

“We are thrilled to offer our customers their favorite brands as Ontario is fast becoming a favorite Southern California destination for business and leisure travelers alike,” said Alan D. Wapner, president of the Ontario International Airport Authority. “The innovators of Rock & Brews have proven that few things go together better than concert rock and hand-crafted American foods like [wings, salads and burgers], and we are confident the newest dining option will be an instant hit with our customers.”

The opening of the Rock & Brews Restaurant franchise was preceded by the April arrival of Einstein Bros, which is also located in Terminal 4, and Wolfgang Puck’s WPizza in Terminal 2.

“Rock & Brews perfectly captures what many travelers seek on the West Coast: great food, an impressive beer selection and an exciting atmosphere,” said Kevin Kelly, president of Delaware North’s travel business.

“We know the restaurant will resonate with Ontario International Airport travelers, and we look forward to continuing to open even more dining options in the coming months.”

The redevelopment of the airport’s food and beverage concessions is being undertaken by Delaware North, which is investing $6 million over 18 months to rebrand and refurbish dining facilities with other restaurants, including the addition of Cross Grain Brewhouse and Wahoo’s Fish Taco — both expected to open early this summer.

“We are intent on providing our customers what they want when they travel — popular brands with a wide variety of choices featuring fresh, high-quality products,” Wapner said, noting that more concession announcements are planned for later this year.