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Local Debuts At PHL With A Jose Garces Menu

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Local features Jose Garces' handiwork.
Local features Jose Garces' handiwork.
Photo: OTG

Concourse F at Philly International Airport just debuted a shiny, new restaurant called Local, run by OTG. The big attraction for Local is that Philly's favorite son (and Iron Chef), Jose Garces, developed a menu of classic dishes that reflect the region, with a twist. Local offers up from scratch cooking and locally sourced ingredients, which bring a real restaurant experience to the airport. Garces' menu is paired with an array of local beers as well as an extensive wine list and signature cocktail menu.

The design concept for Local is a modern American tavern, and was devised by ICRAVE. Locally sourced materials are featured throught the interior design, including a bar made from butternut wood and copper accents, and Virginia Mist granite for the bar top surrounding the open kitchen.

Local immediately becomes the best dining option in the airport, but there are a few other spots that are worth visiting. And Eater Philly has a guide to help you navigate your way through the airport dining scene.

· All Philadelphia International Airport Coverage [~EPHI~]
· Where to Eat at Philly International [~EPHI~]

Philadelphia International Airport

8800 Essington Ave., Philadelphia, PA

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