Dublin Airport has opened "The Mezz", a new street food-style unit in Terminal 2, offering six new food and beverage options. 

The new offerings in The Mezz, developed in partnership with SSP Group, include: Camile Thai, serving ‘Good Mood Thai Food’, Handsome Burger, a homegrown market-style restaurant serving what has been dubbed ‘Ireland’s best burger’, the SSP-developed Erin’s Kitchen, offering classic, homemade comfort food dishes that draw on traditional Irish recipes, and Ancho Hancho, inspired by the Mexican street market, serving a variety of Mexican-inspired dishes. Local Irish coffee roasters Badger and Dodo will offer a range of coffee options to guests at The Mezz, while passengers will also have access to a bar boasting a range of locally brewed beers. 

The Mezz is located upstairs in the airside departures area of T2, with views of the wider terminal and airfield. 

From listening to customer feedback, we know passengers want variety at a range of price options

Ronan Fitzsimons, daa

Ordering is quick and easy, with The Mezz featuring innovative digital solutions, including digital kiosk screens which allow customers to order from each of the brands in one convenient place. A 31m digital banner – one of the longest in Europe – uses colourful displays to showcase menu options. 

SSP has also partnered with specialty coffee roaster Cloud Picker Coffee. A local favourite, its first coffee shop is set to open on July 27, with more to follow.

Ronan Fitzsimons, commercial general manager of daa, the operator of Dublin Airport: “From listening to customer feedback, we know passengers want variety at a range of price options and that's exactly what these new offerings in The Mezz provide. We're delighted to be working with SSP and many fantastic Irish brands in Camile Thai, Handsome Burger, Badger & Dodo and Cloud Picker Coffee. The even better news for passengers is that we're working hard to improve the food and beverage offering in both terminals at Dublin Airport even more.”

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