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Port of Portland approves new coffee shops, restaurants for PDX

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The Port of Portland Commission approved lease agreements for new coffee shops, restaurants and other businesses at Portland International Airport.

The leases are the second phase of a multi-year project to expand concessions at PDX.

The Port of Portland said the focus of phase two is on coffee, expanding from two brands to four.

Once they're all up and running, PDX will have Peet's Coffee & Tea, Portland Roasting Company, Stumptown Coffee Roasters and Starbucks.

House Spirits Distillery is also coming to PDX, offering the only airport distillery tasting room in the country.

Vino Volo will offer wines from the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Capers Farm-to-Table market is taking its airport pop-up to a permanent location in the north lobby, offering healthy grab-and-go selections, a wine bar and meats and cheese deli.

Kenny & Zuke's Delicatessen & Market, known for its two Portland locations, will offer another dining option to travelers.

Soundbalance, a nationally recognized airport concession brand, is also coming to PDX, offering mobile business hardware, accessories and mobile entertainment devices.

Made in Oregon, an airport staple since 1975, will have a new location and Timberline Lodge is opening a store with locally designed and printed apparel, along with other Pacific Northwest souvenirs.

When all the locations are open – with the plan to have them start coming online in mid-2016 – around 100 new jobs will be added at the airport.

Employment information can be found at jobs.pdx.com.

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