Paradies Lagardère, a travel retailer and restaurateur, with venues in airports around the world, is bringing Beercode Kitchen and Bar to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, according to plans filed recently with the City.
Beercode operates a location in the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome, Italy, and is described as having a “casual dining format with an elegant and refined atmosphere, but at the same time engaging and dynamic, created with a unique and distinctive code.”
Beercode offers “not only a selection of quality beers, but a real international cookhouse with a strong territorial recognition,” a landing page for the restaurant states.
Slated to open in Concourse A, construction is estimated to cost $270,000, according to a building permit application. Slated work to the existing restaurant space includes enhancing the storefront, upgrading lighting and fixtures, and new flooring, among other things.
“Airports aren’t just a means to an end, but a part of a journey, one that should be enjoyable and convenient,” Paradies Lagardère writes on its website. “Paradies Lagardère works hard to provide an enhanced customer experience at airports throughout North America. Our customized solutions provide travelers the best experience in shopping and dining.”