ST. LOUIS — People traveling through Terminal 2 at St. Louis Lambert International Airport will soon have another option for food.
Three Kings Public House is spinning off a new concept called ‘Biscuits, Beer & BBQ.’
It’s being built just west of the Three Kings Pub current location between gates E33 and E34. It will open in November.
“Three Kings Public House has become a must stop for travelers before their flight, and now we’re thrilled to build upon its outstanding success with the upcoming opening of Biscuits, Beer & BBQ,” said HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Bryan Loden. “HMSHost is excited to work with the Airport and the Three Kings team on another great food and beer experience created exclusively for STL travelers to enjoy before their flight.”
“After the huge success of Three Kings in Lambert Airport (Voted 2nd Best Airport Bar in North America by USA Today readers), we jumped at the chance to do another winning concept with HMSHost,” said Derek Deaver of Three Kings. “Biscuits, Beer & Barbecue by Three Kings Public House is going to set the precedent for fast casual in Airports.”
Biscuits, Beer & BBQ will offer quick-serve and gran-n-go items featured in its name. Biscuits are the foundation of the menu that will begin with breakfast from classic biscuits and gravy to egg, bacon and cheese biscuits. Barbecue will pull the weight for lunch and dinner with pulled pork and smoked brisket biscuit sandwiches as well as buffalo chicken biscuit sandwiches featuring Three Kings’ award-winning buffalo sauce. BBQ oriented side dishes of fries, slaw, and macaroni and cheese are also part of the new menu. There will also be a local selection of St. Louis’ beers on draft, such as 4 Hands Incarnation, that will pair well with biscuits and BBQ.
“Three Kings has a tremendously loyal, local following and had a banner first year in Terminal 2,” said STL Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge. “We think this is a unique concept that will prove successful as well and meet the demand of our growing passenger base near our newest gates in the terminal.”