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You can now eat and drink at a Blues-themed spot at St. Louis Lambert International Airport

The restaurant is near Gate E18 in Terminal 2

ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. — There’s now another option for food and drinks at St. Louis Lambert International Airport.

The St. Louis Blues partnered with global restaurateur HMSHost to open The Blue Note.

It’s a new hockey-themed restaurant near Gate E18 in Terminal 2.

There will also be plenty of selfie opportunities with murals and a major collection of memorabilia on display including helmets, pucks, and sticks used by players during their championship season last year, and many more mementos from their 50 plus years as a NHL franchise, the Blues said.

"The St. Louis Blues have one of the best fan bases in sport - locally and across the globe," said Steve Chapman, St. Louis Blues Executive Vice President. "We are proud to partner with HMSHost to bring the power of that devotion and pride to St. Louis Lambert International Airport. The Blue Note will bring a unique dining and social environment for Blues fans and fellow travelers to enjoy as they depart, visit or arrive home to St. Louis."

The restaurant’s design honors the Blues’ former home, the St. Louis Arena.  

"The Blue Note has turned Terminal 2 into center ice, where every day is now a game-day dining experience," said HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Bryan Loden. "HMSHost, its joint venture partner D&D Concessions LLC, the Airport, and St. Louis Blues teamed up on this unique restaurant that is a must stop for blue bleeding fans and all STL travelers."

Its full-service casual dine-in menu includes Bluesberry pancakes, Game 7 Poutine, Louie’s nachos and Hat Trick quesadilla.

There’s also craft brews, wine and cocktails. Blues’ inspired drinks include Blues Street and 5 Minutes for Fighting.

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