Napa Farms: The New Local Artisan Market at SFO’s Terminal 2Author:Stephanie Orma
Now departing: Bad airport food. Now arriving: Palate-worthy “Farm to Flight” fare at Napa Farms Market – the first foodie-meets-jetsetter innovation of its kind to hit SFO’s recently revamped Terminal 2. Designed by BCV Architects (the creative folks behind SF’s Ferry Building Marketplace and Napa’s Oxbow Public Market), the 4,000-square-foot airport emporium uniquely dishes up farm-fresh eats by Bay Area artisan purveyors.
Expect local faves Cowgirl Creamery, Tyler Florence, Equator Coffee, Vino Volo, Acme Bread, Kara’s Cupcakes, and Three Twins Ice Cream, served alongside clean contemporary design.
Blending modern market-style materials (stainless steel, glass, and marble) with organic elements (FSC-certified elm wood, cork-clad ceilings, butcher block fixture tops), this airport-based farmer’s market is as fresh in aesthetics as it is in regional fare.
Here’s hoping this cookin’ concept takes flight in airports everywhere.
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