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Bobby’s Burgers by chef Bobby Flay coming to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

Oct 7, 2022, 12:50 PM | Updated: 12:54 pm
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PHOENIX — A new restaurant concept will soon debut at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, bringing handcrafted burgers to the Valley from American restauranteur Bobby Flay.

Bobby’s Burgers is scheduled to open at Terminal 4 in the Eighth Concourse, as part of The Crystals food hall, sometime in the first quarter of 2023, the restaurant announced in a press release on Monday.

The latest concept to hit the concourse, occupied by Southwest Airlines, includes burgers, sides, shakes and exclusive breakfast menu items.

“This is the first airport of our new and shiny approach, and I’m thrilled to launch in the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport,” Co-founder Flay said in the release.

“We have our concept focused and dialed thanks in to satisfy lots of hungry travelers. We’re so excited and we’re just getting started.”

Flay added, “At Bobby’s Burgers we strive to quench the appetite of everyone. Burgers, fries and shakes are my thing, and I truly believe we deliver the best in the business.”

The latest expansion of Bobby’s Burgers comes after the company acquired the exclusive rights to expand the brand globally in March.

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Bobby’s Burgers by chef Bobby Flay coming to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport