Following the trend of elevated dining experiences at international airports around the world, Trader Vic’s Worldwide announces plans to bring its authentic island experience to Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport.  Slated to open late 2018/early 2019, the brand adds a second Bay Area Trader Vic’s location, bring it to 20 worldwide.

Part of a $267 million upgrade to Terminals A & B, Trader Vic’s will offer SJC travelers a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the airport and will feature a full-service restaurant with its innovative Asian fusion cuisine and classic Tiki cocktails that have cemented Trader Vic’s  in food and cocktail history.

“As a restaurant that has been instrumental in shaping experiential dining for nearly 85 years, Trader Vic’s is honored to offer SJC guests, ‘first-class’ service whether they’re traversing the globe for fun or jumping on a flight for work,” says Executive Vice President of Trader Vic’s Worldwide, Rhett Rosen.  “We are excited to do our part in enhancing airline travel, offering experiences reminiscent of a time focused on classic style and good times.”

Continuing to excite visitors around the world, this location follows Trader Vic’s most recent opening, the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah in March of 2018 marking the sixth UAE location.  Additionally, Trader Vic’s has recently renewed a five-year term deal with one of its most popular East Asian locations, Trader Vic’s Tokyo, which opened in 1974.

The newest location is in partnership with HMSHost, a world-leader in creating dining for travel venues around the world.

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