NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is stepping up its dining options just in time for the Super Bowl.
New Orleans CityBusiness (http://bit.ly/YIRJle ) reports that the latest additions will be offshoots of Dooky Chase — a famous Creole restaurant — and Ye Old College Inn, a popular casual restaurant. Airport spokeswoman Michelle Wilcut says both will open by the Feb. 3 game.
Dooky Chase will be near Concourse C, while Ye Olde College Inn is planned for Concourse D.
They join other new restaurants at the airport: Le Petit Bistro and Zatarain's Kitchen on Concourse B; Copeland's Gourmet Kitchen on Concourse C; and Copeland's Cheesecake and Wow Café and Wingery on Concourse D.
The airport is expecting around 42,000 visitors to leave the day after the game.
Information from: New Orleans CityBusiness, http://www.neworleanscitybusiness.com