New Burgerville at PDX could sell local beer, wine

Burgerville’s Nomad makes a stop at PDX for the announcement of the restaurant chain's newest location at the airport, April 17, 2014. (Courtesy of Port of Portland 2013)
Burgerville’s Nomad makes a stop at PDX for the announcement of the restaurant chain's newest location at the airport, April 17, 2014. (Courtesy of Port of Portland 2013)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — The newest Burgerville set to open at the Portland International Airport has filed an application to serve alcohol at the location.

According to Burgerville spokeswoman Sara Perrin, the application to serve beer and wine at the airport location has been filed but no approved at this time.

Perrin said if Burgerville receives a permit, the beer and wine that will be served will be from a select group of Northwest wineries and breweries within Burgerville’s 400 mile food shed.

Construction is underway on the restaurant, which will be located in the airport’s Concourse D, and is set to open in May, Perrin said.

The Salmon Creek Burgerville in Washington has sold local beers and wines since 2009, but Perrin said there are no plans to expand beer and wine sales to the other 38 Burgerville locations.

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