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 Construction Alert: Currently there are no sit-down eating places beyond security on either concourse. Temporary food and beverage concessions are in place while construction is underway to build new permanent locations. A temporary bar is open on the B Concourse. Most of the new permanent retail concessions are open.

Concourse A (Southwest and United): Pre-packaged “grab-and-go” items are available. The first of the new restaurants are planned to be opened before the end of October. Gates Pass retail shop is open.

Concourse B (Alaska, American and Delta): Pre-packaged “grab-and-go” items are available. A temporary coffee bar is also open. Fort Lowell retail shop and Ink media store are open, as are several kiosks.

Pre-Security Ticketing Level: Noble Hops and Arroyo Trading Post are open in the Center Point area (between Delta and Southwest airlines check-in counters).  Noble Hops is open from 4 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. Arroyo Trading Post is open from 4 a.m.-final departure of the day.

Baggage Claim Lower Level: Arbuckles’ Coffee is temporarily closed. An automated vending area is available near the exit from the B Concourse. Noble Hops is open from 4 a.m.-8 p.m. daily on the Ticketing Level (one floor up from Baggage Claim).

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Concourse B
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Arbuckles’

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Arbuckles’ (Temporarily Closed)

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Ink by Hudson

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Arroyo Trading Post

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Fort Lowell by Hudson

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Gates Pass by Hudson

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Market Express

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Noble Hops (Now Open)

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