Business is brisk at Duluth International Airport’s revamped bar, concessions area
More passengers flying out of the Duluth International Airport these days are first stopping for a burger, fresh pastry or a local craft beer.
They’re buying magazines, clothing, tote bags and souvenirs since the Arrowhead Tap House
replaced the Coffee Cabin/Afterburner in the boarding concourse beyond security.
And that’s creating more hustle and bustle before flights.
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