USA/INTERNATIONAL. US food & beverage solutions provider Hospitality House has announced its intention to licence its portfolio of concepts to airports in Europe, the Middle East and Asia as part of an ambitious international roll-out.

The company’s collection of American restaurant brands includes the Jay Z-owned upscale sports bar and lounge 40/40 Club.

The 40/40 Club takes its name from the baseball term for those MLB players who have achieved the individual feat of 40 home runs and 40 stolen bases in a single season

Brooklyn Diner USA offers nostalgic New York comfort food, while Black Tap serves craft burgers and beer as well as ‘crazy’ milkshakes. Finally, Jack’s Wife Freda is a trendy café offering American-Mediterranean cooking and classic cocktails.

Hospitality House was founded in 2001 by Steven Kamali and its headquarters are in New York City.

Brooklyn Diner USA harks back to the food served in old Brooklyn neighbourhoods

Black Tap serves craft burgers and beer as well as ‘crazy’ milkshakes

For more information, please contact Hospitality House at + 1 212 684 6666 or email inquiries@thehospitalityhouse.com.

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The company also organises the annual Airport Food & Beverage (FAB) Conference & Awards. Next year’s FAB will be held in Helsinki on 20-22 June. Click here for details.