Phoenix airport: Airlines, food and more in Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 – The Arizona Republic

If you’re new to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport or you haven’t been there lately, it can be overwhelming to try to find your way around and get acquainted with where your airline is and what restaurants, retail and other services are available.
Fortunately, Sky Harbor has plentiful eating, drinking and shopping options in Terminal 3 and Terminal 4 (there are no terminals 1 or 2), plus an array of amenities that you might not be aware of, including a chapel, art exhibits and services for people with physical or sensory issues who can benefit from a little extra care.
Here’s a look at what airlines restaurants, shops and services await passengers at the Phoenix airport, organized by their location in each terminal.
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One restaurant, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, is available in Terminal 3 before security.
Coffee: Starbucks.
Shops: InMotion, Johnston & Murphy, Passage by Hudson, Phoenix Public Market, Travel Outfitters.
To do: Escape Lounge.
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Restaurants: Ajo Al’s, Phoenix Beer Company, Scramble.
Coffee: Starbucks.
Shops: Discover Arizona, Stellar News & Market.
To do: United Club.
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Restaurants: SanTan Brewing Company, Panera Bread, Shake Shack, The Tavern.
Coffee: Starbucks.
Shops: Best of the Valley Market, Ironwood by Hudson, Indigenous, L’Occitane, Mosaic, Sol Shades, Tech on the Go.
To do: Delta Sky Club.
Restaurants: Blue Mesa Tacos, Chelsea’s Kitchen, Cheuvront Restaurant and Wine Bar, Wildflower Bread Co., PHX FLT Club.
Coffee: Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, PHX FLT Club.
Shops: Arizona Highways, Bunky Boutique, En Route, Indigenous, iStore, Johnston & Murphy, Lucky Break, Mosaic, Phoenix Duty Free, Roosevelt Row, Sunglass Hut, Treat.
To do: USO lounge for military members and their families.
Restaurants: Blanco Tacos & Tequila (Gate A5), Dilly Deli (A7 and A17), Olive & Ivy (A3), Panda Express (A9), Wildflower Bread Company (A9), Zinburger (A5), Zinc Brasserie Grab & Go (A1), Deluxburger (A22), Four Peaks Brewery (A20), Humble Pie Pizza (A20), Pei Wei (A22), Tammie Coe Cakes (A25).
Coffee: Peet’s Coffee & Tea.
Shops: Brooks Brothers, eSavvy, Indigenous, TripAdvisor, Uno de 50, 12 News, Arizona Highways, Brookstone.
To do: American Airlines Admirals Club.
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Restaurants: Cowboy Ciao Express (B3), El Bravo (B9), Focaccia Florentina (B7), Matt’s Big Breakfast (B5), OHSO (B9), Pita Jungle (B3), Sweet Republic (B5), Wendy’s (B3), Cowboy Ciao (B22), La Madeleine (B20), McDonald’s (B20), Mission Grab & Go (B17).
Coffee: Refuge Coffee Food and Wine (B9), Starbucks (B17), La Madeleine (B20).
Shops:, Cactus Candy, InMotion, Sonora Southwest Living, Earth Spirit, Hudson, Phoenix Duty Free.
To do: Three lounges are available: American Airlines Admirals Club, Centurion Lounge and Escape Lounge. A pet relief area is near the restrooms at Gate B2, and a nursing station is next to the family restroom on the upper level of gates B15-22.
Restaurants: Humble Pie Pizza (C3), Los Taquitos (C3), Nocawich & Nocawich Express (C2 & C3), Panera Bread (C17), Sir Veza’s Taco Garage (C13), Zinc Brasserie (C11).
Coffee: Starbucks (C1), Cartel Coffee (C13), Panera Bread (C17).
Shops: Connections, eSavvy, Tumi, Today.
To do: A pet relief area is available near the family restroom at the gates concourse.
Restaurants: Barrio Cafe, La Grande Orange.
Coffee: Peet’s Coffee and Tea.
Shops: Cactus Candy, Connections, Indigenous, InMotion.
To do: A pet relief area is near the family restroom.
In addition, Terminal 4’s new concourse for Southwest Airlines debuted in June and includes Gates D11-D18. The concourse is opening in phases; airport staff anticipates the restaurants and shops will open before Super Bowl 2023 in February.
The concourse’s dining options include Chick-fil-A, Eegee’s, Bobby’s Burgers, Berry Devine, Pedal Haus Brewery and Sip Coffee and Beer. Two shops, Uptown Phoenix and InMotion, will also open soon. A passenger lounge, the Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club, will open later in 2023 and won’t be ready in time for the Super Bowl.
Sky Harbor Airport reintroduced 24-hour dining options in 2022 after those were suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But restaurant hours are subject to change with flight operations, airport spokesman Greg Roybal said. The airport’s website doesn’t list restaurant operating hours because of that, he said.
Dining options are limited during late night and early morning hours, but Sky Harbor currently lists one restaurant in Terminal 3 and three restaurants in Terminal 4 that are open 24 hours: 
Some restaurants at Sky Harbor Airport cater to flyers who don’t eat meat or have gluten sensitivities. These restaurants have vegetarian and vegan options, as well as menu items that are gluten free or can be modified to be gluten free.
Vegetarian/vegan: Select items at Barrio Cafe, Blanco Tacos & Tequila, Chelsea’s Kitchen, Cheuvront Restaurant and Bar, Cowboy Ciao, Dilly’s Deli, Focaccia Fiorentina, Four Peaks Brewing, Humble Pie, La Grande Orange, La Madeleine, Los Taquitos, Nocawich/Nocawich Express, Olive & Ivy, Panda Express, Panera Bread, Pei Wei, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Pita Jungle, the Refuge Coffee Food & Wine, Sir Veza’s Taco Garage, Tammie Coe Cakes, Wildflower Bread Co. and Zinc Brasserie.
Gluten free: Select items at Barrio Cafe, Blanco Tacos & Tequila, Chelsea’s Kitchen, Cheuvront Restaurant and Bar, Cowboy Ciao, Dilly’s Deli, Four Peaks Brewing, Humble Pie, La Grande Orange, Nocawich/Nocawich Express, Olive & Ivy, Pei Wei, Pita Jungle, the Refuge Coffee Food & Wine, Sir Veza’s Taco Garage, Tammie Coe Cakes, Wildflower Bread Co. and Zinc Brasserie.
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