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Three new restaurants will take flight at Nashville International Airport

Voodoo Doughnut, Kitty Hawk, and The Titans Press Box will open at BNA’s International Arrivals Facility this fall.

A pink donut box sits on a pink table filled with specialty donuts, including one with bacon and cereal.

You donut want to pass by these new additions.

Photo via Voodoo Doughnut

This is your captain speaking, telling you to come to Nashville International Airport hungry because the fall flight fare just got a little more enticing.

Strategic Hospitality plans to open Voodoo Doughnut, Kitty Hawk, and The Titans Press Box in the International Arrivals Facility (after security) on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

Fasten your seatbelts — this is what you can expect from each of the three concepts.

  • Voodoo Doughnut | The Portland-based donut shop’s first Nashville location featuring a lineup of well-known favorites like the Bacon Maple Bar, Voodoo Doll, Homer, and more.
  • Kitty Hawk | A fast-casual restaurant with made-to-order food and grab-and-go options, locally-roasted coffee and espresso, and craft cocktails.
  • The Titans Press Box | A Tennessee Titans-licensed full-service restaurant boasting a “casual approach to upscale dining, with its lived-in luxury feel” + craft cocktails and expansive wine list.
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