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The Casselberry-based Olde Hearth Bread Company is planning to open a retail storefront in the new terminal being added to the Orlando International Airport. What Now on Thursday spoke with owner Shannon Talty to get details.
According to a plan review filing with the DBPR, the address for the location will be 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd. Talty reports that the new terminal will have several vendors that reflect the local food scene in Orlando. The DBPR filing indicates that we will see Orlando Brewing, Sunshine Diner from chef Art Smith, Wine Bar George, Cask and Larder and more.
Olde Hearth Bread Company will be serving grab and go sandwiches, baked goods and coffee from their storefront. They will also have seating for guests who wish to dine-in. Currently, the brand’s goods can be purchased at various Whole Foods grocery stores and farmer’s markets around Orlando, in addition to select cafés and restaurants as well. Talty reports that they are planned to open in the third or last week of September, along with the other concepts.
The restaurants are being run by Master ConcessionAir, an airport restaurant and retail management company that is already present in the Orlando International Airport. Per their website, “Over the past two decades, MCA has acquired valuable expertise and experience in developing, designing, building, operating, and maintaining restaurants and retail concessions in multiple airports.”
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