Mazzaro’s officially opens new spot at St. Pete-Clearwater Airport

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Finally, the most beloved Italian Market in all of Tampa Bay is open at St. Pete-Clearwater Airport (PIE). Mazzaro’s Italian Market is praised for its vast selection of Italian favorites, massive sandwiches, incredible desserts, and superb customer service. Now, those flying into/out of PIE can shop Mazzaro’s.

Mazzaro’s Italian Market has opened at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport for departing travelers in Gates 7-11 post-security passenger area, according to a release from the airport. The market features a selection of Mazzaro’s favorite hot and cold sandwiches, flat breads, locally roasted coffees, and a signature wine, beer and cocktail list.

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“The excitement has been building since the announcement. The restaurant looks stunning and will be a special gathering place for our passengers. Mazzaro’s is one of the most celebrated local brands in Tampa Bay. We are thrilled to welcome them to the PIE family.” said Airport Director Tom Jewsbury.

Mazzaro’s Italian Market is one of St. Petersburg’s best-known landmarks, serving an extensive selection of fresh food and known for it’s fun and flair. The airport incarnation celebrates this local icon with a seated dining experience conveniently located near boarding gates.

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“Bringing Mazzaro’s to PIE means travelers will get to have one last ‘taste of place’ before they depart our region. We’re very proud to bring our restaurant to the airport and look forward to serving PIE travelers for many years to come.” said Kurt Cuccaro, Owner, Mazzaro’s Italian Market.

Additional and recent restaurant and retail openings include Dunkin in the pre-security concourse, Market 361 and Duty-free in Gates 2-6, and Sand and Sky by Hudson in Gates 7-11. Dunkin’ opened in Gates 2-6 earlier this year.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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