International travelers passing through Dallas/Fort Worth Airport will get a taste of Fort Worth’s best brews next year.
The Flying Saucer will open a pub at Terminal D near gate 21. The restaurant will also have a second-story entertainnment area, called the Flying Square, for live entertainment and music.
“It will feature 40 different craft beers from the Fort Worth area as well as some great tasting food,” airport vice president of concessions Zenola Campbell told the airport board on Thursday.
The airport has been trying to attract more Fort Worth brands to its terminal concessions. Last month, it announced leases to a Fort Worth magazine coffee and travel essentials store and a FW Inc. newsstand that will feature made-in-Fort Worth products.
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The Flying Saucer, which operates in Sundance Square, and Flying Square are scheduled to open next year.