Last May, St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport announced that it was welcoming two ‘Burg bangers—Mazzaro’s Italian Market and 3 Daughters Brewing Co.— to its limited lineup of food and drink options.
A little over a year later, the airport has officially opened the doors to Mazzaro’s, allowing those flying in to get a taste of a local favorite and those flying out something to eat besides a bag of trail mix from the duty-free shop.
This location is stationed by gates 7-11 and offering eats like flatbreads and sandwiches, as well as cocktails.
The ribbon-cutting for the concept was held yesterday with the Italian market’s owner Kurt Cuccaro, Airport Director Tom Jewsbury, Pinellas County Administrator Barry Burton, County Commission Chair Pat Gerard, Commissioners Ken Welch, and Charlie Justice.
If you’re not taking off an adventure during a pandemic, you can slide to the OG location at 2909 22nd Ave. N. in St. Pete.
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