New eating options landing at BNA
The iconic Portland-based sweets purveyor Voodoo Doughnut is coming to the Nashville airport along with other new offerings from the Strategic Hospitality team.
- If you've ever wanted to grab a bacon-blasted donut before catching your flight, take note.
Details: The shop will open Sept. 27 in the forthcoming International Arrivals Facility, accessible to all passengers after security when it opens.
🍽️ State of plate: Strategic Hospitality will launch two other concepts alongside Voodoo Doughnut.
- The first-ever Titans-licensed restaurant and bar, The Titans Press Box, will boast made-to-order dishes, cocktails and "an expansive wine list," according to a statement.
- The fast-casual concept Kitty Hawk Eat + Drink will feature a full menu, grab-and-go options and cocktails.
We reached out to our friends at Axios Portland to learn more about Voodoo Doughnut.
💭 Axios Portland's thought bubble: Shortly after Voodoo Doughnut's first location popped up in 2003, the hole-in-the-wall shop sandwiched between strip joints and nightclubs quickly became renowned for its inventive (and somewhat explicit) flavors and started expanding outside of the Pacific Northwest, Meira Gebel writes.
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