Golf-themed restaurant opens at regional airport


A new golf-themed restaurant has opened at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport.

PGA Tour Grill, owned by global restaurateur HMSHost, has opened in Concourse C. The restaurant celebrates dining and golfing. Its motto? “Eat smarter, play harder.”

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“The addition of PGA Tour Grill to CMH is very exciting as we reflect on several dining developments that we are proud to bring to travelers with the support of our partners at the Columbus Regional Airport Authority,” said Kent Vanden Oever, HMSHost vice president of business development.

Other new airport food options in Columbus include a pre-security Starbucks store, Land Grant Brewing Company and American Craft Tavern.

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