ORE. (May 8, 2013) – Largest Airport Tequila Bar Celebrates at PDX
International Airport travelers (over 21) are invited to a tequila tasting
Thursday, May 9 during the grand opening of the new tequila bar at Sandoval’s
Tequila Grill. The event at 3:30 p.m. on Concourse C is sponsored by Herradura
more than 200 types of tequila to choose from, Sandoval’s at PDX has the
largest selection of tequila of any U.S. airport. The former Mexican restaurant
has expanded its footprint and services on Concourse C to provide a fresh new
concept for guests, more tequila options, and additional seating to complement
its mix of Northwest-inspired Mexican and American foods. A variety of menu
items can be substituted to accommodate specialty diets, and gluten-free
options are also available.
want our customers to feel like family,” said Danny Sandoval, owner of
Sandoval’s Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar. “A wise man once said, wherever
you find your passion, you’ll find success. So here I am. I love my job, but
most of all, I enjoy the customers we serve from all around the world.”
connoisseur Sandoval believes in old traditions when it comes to harvesting
tequila. He travels to Mexico each year to select his own barrels of tequila
and bottles them for purchase, in addition to selling other brands. Tequila
harvested in Mexico contains sugar from the blue agave plant to produce an
exceptionally flavorful, smooth and authentic taste.
is a great new option for travelers,” said Vince Granato, Chief Operating
Officer, Port of Portland. “Sandoval’s is an excellent addition to PDX’s award
winning concessions program and unique blend of local and national brands.”
owned and operated for more than 26 years, Sandoval’s has three locations in
the Portland metro area, including two (pre-and post-security) at PDX. This
well-liked restaurant and tequila bar earns top in its class for recycling in
the PDX Recycles Program and uses environmentally friendly to-go containers.
The restaurant is currently on its sixth select barrel of tequila from Mexico, which
equates to nearly 1,400 bottles. Sandoval has restored the tequila barrels and
uses them as table stands.