Manchester-Boston Regional Airport Debuts Samuel Adams Meetinghouse

BETHESDA, MD – Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) and HMSHost Corporation, a world leader in travel dining and shopping, today celebrated the grand opening of the new Samuel Adams Meetinghouse. Located pre-security in the Airline Terminal Pre-Security Food Court, the Meetinghouse represents a new concept from Boston Beer Company—the brewer of Samuel Adams, recognized as the #1 craft beer in the U.S. MHT is the first airport location for a Meetinghouse concept, which will be operated by HMSHost.

Tom Malafronte, Assistant Airport Director remarked, “We are very excited to be adding the Samuel Adams Meetinghouse to our mix of concessionaires. The menu provides a variety of options for airport tenants, meeters and greeters, and passengers on the go.”

Samuel Adams Meetinghouse reflects a new design for the popular New England brand, offering a smaller casual dining option than the larger Sam Adams Brew House already serving MHT travelers post-security.

In addition to Sam Adams Boston Lager and Boston ale on tap, Meetinghouse serves bottled and seasonal selections of ales and lagers, cocktails and wine by the glass. The full menu of traveler favorites prepared and served quickly includes appetizers such as nachos and crab cakes, soups such as New England Clam Chowder Texas Beef & Bean Chili, Lobster and Buffalo Chicken salads, and premium ground beef burgers. Lobster Club and Chesapeake Crab Cake sandwich selections, Meetinghouse fish & chips, dessert and breakfast options round out the menu.

“We’re pleased to open this new Samuel Adams Meetinghouse which is not only making the traveler’s day better at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, but is also pleasing all who visit the airport,” said Michael Fetchko, senior director of business development for HMSHost.


Suggested Articles

An entirely new nightlife and "dinnertainment" concept in Las Vegas is making a bold promise: “Dinner is only the beginning.”

The holiday season means ringing registers. As you prepare for holiday rushes and 2020, consider what your payment processor is really doing for you.

Excess inventory ties up capital better used elsewhere, uses valuable physical space, and can encourage theft.