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Shops and Restaurants

Currently, there are 10 restaurants in the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport plus vending machines. The Anchor Bar, Labatt Blue Zone, The Coffee Beanery, Lake Erie Grille, Landmark Bar and Carvery, Which Wich?, and Matties Texas Red Hots are spread throughout the terminal. In the food court near security are Freshens Energy Zone, Checkers, and Villa Italian Kitchen.

The only shop is "Everything ASAP", though they have 2 locations, one near security and one near the far end of the terminal near gate 20.

In addition, there is visitor's information station near the exit from the terminal where arriving passengers can stop for Buffalo-related souvenirs and tourist information before getting their bags.

Delaware North Co. and the NFTA recently signed a pact that extends through 2027 for the concessions in the main terminal. The contract guarantees the NFTA at least $57 million in revenue payments from Delaware North during the next 20 years. The payment is based on the sales generated from the sale of food and non alcoholic beverages. This pact also requires that certain shops will be open in the morning for passengers on early flights. Delaware North is also investing some 7.6 million dollars to update the current configuration of concessions. Among those being removed are Burger King and All-Stars Cafe that were located on the edge of the west wing. In their place, Delaware North is creating the "Blue Zone" in the airport's west, or by the US Airways gates. The Blue Zone will feature a full-service bar, prepackaged meals like salads and wraps and hot items such as fresh-carved sandwiches. It will be a similar operation to the Landmark Cafe in the airport's east wing. The Blue Zone is opened in the summer of 2009. The largest change however was the creation of a food court just past the security gates.

Near the court is a 1,800-square-foot (170 m2) Anchor Bar franchised operation with seating for 42 people at the bar and 34 at sit down tables. "Getting the Anchor Bar was a real coup for us", said Nick Beillo, Delaware North Travel Hospitality Services chief operating officer. The food court will be home to many locally known restaurants, as well as many fast food chains. William Vanecek, NFTA director of aviation, said the new food court will add about 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) of additional retail and concession space to the airport. The terminal currently has 21,718 square feet (2,017.7 m2) of retail and concession space.

This is all part of the recent $45 million dollar construction project which includes the addition of more baggage conveyors and three new security gates.

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