Rhode Island Airport set to deliver new retail and F&B concepts this Spring

By Luke Barras-hill |

More shops and restaurants are arriving at PVD in the coming months. Source: PVD Annual Report 2023.

Several new retail and restaurant operations are expected to roll out in the coming months at Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport (PVD).

Four new concepts from Paradies Lagardère are scheduled to open in the Spring at the airport located south of the state’s capital Providence.

These include No Boundaries, ’47 Brands sports apparel, Reveal Rhode Island and a CNBC News store (pictured below).

Operator Rhode Island Airport Corporation says the airport is also teaming up with a number of F&B partners such as Grove Bay Concessions, Federal Hill Italian Eatery, Narragansett Kitchen and Bar and others to expand and enhance the in-terminal experience through 2025.

The developments follow last month’s opening of Napatree Marketplace, a new retail shopping store in the South Concourse near to gate 7, run by Paradies Lagardère.

Paying tribute to Napatree Point, one of Rhode Island’s natural attractions in the Watch Hill district of Westerly, Napatree Marketplace carries regional fashion apparel; travel essentials; gourmet snacks; grab-and-go items; and local wines, vodkas and beers.

The store joins Bellevue Essentials, which opened in 2023 in the north concourse and is named in recognition of Rhode Island’s famed mansions along Newport’s Bellevue Avenue.

The airport served 3.3 million passengers in the 12 months through June 2023.

Below image source: PVD Annual Report 2023.


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