A North End Italian deli, a Chinatown gastropub, and Red Sox pizza are coming to Logan Airport

Way more local food options are set to fly into Logan next year.

A rendering of Monica's Mercato at Logan Airport.
A rendering of Monica's Mercato at Logan Airport. –MarketPlace Logan

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Following in the footsteps of local restaurants Kelly’s Roast Beef and Lucca Restaurant & Bar, which debuted at Logan Airport in November, several more New England eateries are set to open at the Boston airport.

According to Massport’s MarketPlace Logan, in 2019 flyers will be able to dine at North End deli and Italian market Monica’s Mercato; OTTO Pizza from Portland, Maine; Chinatown gastropub Shojo Boston; official Red Sox burger joint Tasty Burger; and Mexican restaurant and tequila bar Temazcal Tequila Cantina.

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This past summer, Massport announced that Kelly’s and Lucca would open in Terminal B, home to United and American airlines, by year’s end, and that the following restaurants would open in 2019: Alta Strada, B.Good, Boston Public Market, Bruins Bar, Celtics Bar, Mija Cantina & Tequila Bar, Monument Restaurant and Tavern, Not Your Average Joe’s, Saloniki Greek, Santarpio’s Pizza, Sullivan’s Castle Island, Tico, and Trade.

The newest list of local restaurants, as well as MAC Cosmetics and Chicago-based Asian fast-casual spot Wow Bao, will open by the end of 2019, according to MarketPlace Logan. Their locations within the airport will be announced at a later date.

“Our team is very excited to announce this next phase of restaurants, fast-casual eateries and shopping options to the traveling public at Boston Logan,” said Paul McGinn, president of MarketPlace Development, the Massachusetts-based company responsible for the concessions programs at Logan and other airports, in a statement. “We think passengers will welcome these well-known brands, many of which are local in nature and will create a hometown feel for our travelers.”

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