Border Grill Rolls Out As The New Rotating Concept Of The L.A. Gourmet Street Truck In Terminal 4 At LAX
Chefs Mary Sue Milliken’s and Susan Feniger’s Border Grill rolled out earlier this month as the next rotating concept of the L.A. Gourmet Street Truck in Terminal 4 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
“The focus of many our new concessions has been to put “the L.A. back into LAX” by showcasing the very best of L.A.’s diverse cuisine, culture and lifestyle in the retail and food-and-beverage offerings for our guests,” said Los Angeles World Airports Executive Director Deborah Flint. “Travellers can experience the bold flavours of Mexican street food combined with the popularity of the gourmet-truck scene at LAX.”
Operated by HMSHost, the L.A. Gourmet Street Truck is designed to rotate some of the most popular L.A. street vendor offerings. Border Grill is the second featured brand after Chef Roy Choi’s Kogi BBQ kicked off the street-truck concept at LAX. For Border Grill, the truck’s exterior is wrapped in bright, south-of-the-border colours and the menu features gourmet tacos, quesadillas, ceviches and more.
“We are very excited to welcome Border Grill and Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, along with LAWA, who have been great partners at the first Border Grill location in the Tom Bradley International Terminal,” said HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Bryan Loden. “We look forward to bringing Border Grill’s famous gourmet Mexican cuisine to travellers in another terminal.”
While American Airlines operates in Terminal 4, passengers travelling on other airlines at other terminals may visit the new Border Grill by showing their same day boarding passes and government-issued identification to process through federal passenger security screening at Terminal 4.