Next month, air travelers moving through Miami International Airport will have a new dining option: Air Margaritaville restaurant.
The Jimmy Buffett-inspired Margaritaville eatery is set to open this summer on the second level of the airport’s Central Terminal, offering a menu of island-themed seafood, burgers, salads, sandwiches and tropical drinks.
Both restaurants will be located before security in the Central Terminal, giving all airport guests to access to the new offerings.
“Margaritaville and Viena are ideal fits for our airport customers and our community,” said Miami-Dade Aviation Director Emilio T. González, in a statement. “Miami is the front door to the Florida Keys and the Caribbean, so the laid-back island lifestyle that Margaritaville represents is very familiar to locals. Likewise, Brazil is MIA’s top international market, so bringing in a popular brand that has served Brazilian diners for 40 years is a move that’s sure to resonate with our customers.”
The restaurants will be run by a U.S.-based subsidiary of Brazil’s leading multi-brand restaurant operator, IMC, airport officials said.
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant was originally planned to open in March, but will now open in “early fall” according to their official website margaritavillesanantonio.com.
The restaurant is being built at San Antonio’s Rivercenter Mall on the famed River Walk.
Margaritaville San Antonio is already looking to fill a few positions, including Restaurant Manager, Retail Manager, Kitchen Manager, and Assistant Kitchen Manager. Apply here.
(hat tip Ken)
Jimmy Buffett’s latest Margaritaville restaurant will open at Destiny USA in Syracuse, New York this Monday (Feb 2nd).
The chain’s iconic 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar is there, along with a giant margarita blender. Nearby is the Margaritaville store.
The venue’s live performance stage is behind the store, complete with an “Oswego Harbor” lighthouse.
The main dining area extends past the stage to the venue’s other watering hole: the Tiki Bar, perched on the edge of Destiny’s canyon.
Margaritaville’s grand opening event starts at 9:15 a.m. Monday. A ribbon cutting will take place at around 10:15 a.m.
The venue opens immediately after the event. It will feature the chain’s signature margaritas and coastal-style food.
Jimmy Buffett dropped in on his Margaritaville restaurant in Key West today:
A few lucky patrons snagged selfies with Jimmy:
A Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville restaurant will open soon at Destiny USA in Syracuse, New York, and they are looking to fill 200 positions including managers, servers, bartenders, and even stiltwalkers.
The jobs fair will be held January 4th-6th from 9am-4pm at Destiny USA mall (3rd floor near Wonderworks).
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Retail Supervisors • Line Cooks • Prep Cooks • Hosts • Sound Techs
Vault Cashiers/Admins • Dishwashers/Stewards • Restaurant Supervisors
Culinary Supervisors • Stiltwalkers
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Jimmy Buffett is taking Margaritaville to the high seas. At the Norwegian Cruise Line’s annual company meeting on Thursday, Jimmy made a surprise appearance as the CEO announced the deal.
Margaritaville will be a complimentary restaurant on the Norwegian Escape, which will debut in Europe next October and begin week-long Caribbean cruises out of Miami starting Nov. 14. The 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar will be an outdoor bar on the ship’s Waterfront zone and will feature live music nightly.
Margaritaville eventually will be expanded to the rest of the fleet, but details haven’t been set yet, said Vanessa Lane Picariello, Norwegian’s director of public relations.
“I always wanted a navy,” Buffett said. “If you see me out on my little 26-foot sailboat, please do not run over me.”
The Miami Herald also revealed that a Margaritaville will open at the cruise line’s port in Belize while a 5 O’Clock Somewhere Bar will be built in The Bahamas.
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