AirMall at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) celebrated the new Fuel America (680 sq. ft.) in Terminal E with a ribbon-cutting on April 29, when the vintage-modern coffee shop from Brighton, Mass. opened a second and larger airport location at BOS. Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito joined AirMall Boston, Fuel America and Massachusetts Port Authority representatives for the afternoon ceremony.
“We’re excited to welcome the expansion of a distinctive, local brand that truly gives travelers a taste of the region and a great last impression before boarding the plane,” said Michael Caro, vice president, AirMall Boston. “Fuel America’s vintage, coffeehouse-driven spin on the classic café conveys American heritage and pride while serving delicious meals, snacks and drinks that continue to be popular with visitors and locals alike.”
Fuel America’s selection ranges from custom drip coffees, robust espressos, and better-for-you drinks to new American pressed sandwiches, fresh salads, unique breakfast fare and homemade baked goods. Its vintage décor and atmosphere was designed to exude the American “can-do” spirit.
Fuel America offers customers authentic regional flavor with locally roasted coffee beans in small batches, and creams and milks sourced from Shaw Farm Dairy in Dracut, Mass.