Seafood facility is 'eatertainment'

October 1998
FoodService Director;10/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on Host Marriott Services Corp.'s renovation of the Wharf Bar and Seafood Restaurant at Tampa International Airport in Florida. Renaming of the restaurant as the Wharf Grill and Brewhouse; Installation of a talking menu board; Addition of several non-seafood entrees to the menu; Conversion of the Brewhouse section into an Anheuser Busch brew pub.


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