Global restaurateur HMSHost announces that the same traditional New England dining experience that can be found at Durgin-Park’s downtown Quincy Market location is now available to travelers of Boston Logan International Airport. HMSHost will be operating the Durgin-Park restaurant in the airport’s Terminal E.
“Durgin-Park is a perfect brand to convey the charming characteristics of Boston’s historic harbor dining scene to travelers,” says Aviation Business General Manager Sal Amico, Massachusetts Port Authority. “Working with our partner, HMSHost to implement Durgin-Park at the airport is something I think Bostonians and travelers alike can really appreciate.”
Durgin-Park is a definitive Boston establishment and has been a downtown landmark since 1827. With over a century of deeply rooted history and nostalgic significance, Durgin-Park serves classic dishes from a menu that offers traditional New England-style fare. Menu highlights include New England clam chowder, lobster, roast prime rib, Yankee pot roast, fresh fried clam roll, and homemade Boston baked beans. Beer, wine, and spirits are also available.
“Bringing Durgin-Park to Boston Logan is an excellent way to give travelers a genuine taste of Boston culture and the traditional cuisine,” says HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Anthony Alessi. “HMSHost is proud to be operating an iconic brand with regional importance for travelers to enjoy in Boston.”
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