Boston Logan terminal expansion brings new retail and restaurants

 

The newly expanded Terminal E at Boston Logan International Airport is set to unveil new shopping and dining options.
 
The new stores will range from standout beauty boutiques to Boston’s finest restaurants, said Michael Caro, Vice President of AIRMALL Boston. 
 
“We are excited to welcome a variety of new offerings in the coming weeks, from great local favorites to luxury boutiques and global beauty brands,” said Caro. “The terminal will continue to serve travelers as a destination for duty free and high-end shopping with exciting discoveries along the way.” 
 
Airport operator Massport recently expanded Terminal E to accommodate three new gates and to allow Airbus A380 flights. 
 
Massport officials were joined by Governor Charlie Baker for a ribbon-cutting celebration on April 6 to officially open the terminal expansion to the public, and also to announce Boston’s 53rd international destination, Bogotá, Colombia. 
 
New store line-up
 
Now open, the new Hudson outlet features the latest news, books and magazines, souvenirs and electronics, and snacks and drinks.
 
In May, the new space will house a 1,400 square feet iS Duty Free store immediately inside of security, which will be home to Chanel, Dior, Estée Lauder, La Mer, and Lancôme. Additionally, MAC Cosmetics is set to open within the existing iS Duty Free store. 
 
In June, Vino Volo is expanding its stylish tasting lounge and boutique wine bar to 481 square feet.
 
This summer, a new Legal Sea Bar (1,460 square feet) will feature custom cocktails and casual seafood, from clams and cod to crab and chowder. The bar/restaurant showcases authentic New England flavor. 
 
Another hot dining spot, Stephanie’s (2,436 square feet), is opening its second location at Boston Logan and will offer diners the sophisticated comfort food of its popular location on Newbury Street in the city. 
 
The newly expanded Terminal E at Boston Logan International Airport is set to unveil new shopping and dining options. 
 
The new stores will range from standout beauty boutiques to Boston’s finest restaurants, said Michael Caro, Vice President of AIRMALL Boston. 
 
“We are excited to welcome a variety of new offerings in the coming weeks, from great local favorites to luxury boutiques and global beauty brands,” said Caro. “The terminal will continue to serve travelers as a destination for duty free and high-end shopping with exciting discoveries along the way.” 
 
Airport operator Massport recently expanded Terminal E to accommodate three new gates and to allow Airbus A380 flights. 
 
Massport officials were joined by Governor Charlie Baker for a ribbon-cutting celebration on April 6 to officially open the terminal expansion to the public, and also to announce Boston’s 53rd international destination, Bogotá, Colombia. 
 
 New store line-up
 
Now open, the new Hudson outlet features the latest news, books and magazines, souvenirs and electronics, and snacks and drinks.
 
In May, the new space will house a 1,400 square feet iS Duty Free store immediately inside of security, which will be home to Chanel, Dior, Estée Lauder, La Mer, and Lancôme. Additionally, MAC Cosmetics is set to open within the existing iS Duty Free store. 
 
In June, Vino Volo is expanding its stylish tasting lounge and boutique wine bar to 481 square feet.
 
This summer, a new Legal Sea Bar (1,460 square feet) will feature custom cocktails and casual seafood, from clams and cod to crab and chowder. The bar/restaurant showcases authentic New England flavor. 
 
Another hot dining spot, Stephanie’s (2,436 square feet), is opening its second location at Boston Logan and will offer diners the sophisticated comfort food of its popular location on Newbury Street in the city.