A16 Brings Award-Winning Italian Flavors to Oakland International Airport

A16, a renowned restaurant with locations in Oakland and San Francisco, has brought its award-winning culinary experience to Oakland International Airport (OAK). The new quick-service dining spot, which opened this week, offers travelers a taste of the acclaimed Michelin-recognized cuisine that A16 is known for.

The airport location echoes the esteemed street-side dining experience found in its Oakland and San Francisco counterparts. “We are thrilled to unveil this twelfth addition to OAK’s new Food and Beverage Program with the opening of A16 in Terminal 1,” says Craig Simon, Director of Aviation at the Port of Oakland. “Bringing the fantastic local flavors of the San Francisco Bay Area to our airport has been a priority for us throughout this process, and A16 is a perfect new addition to this lineup.”

At A16, situated in San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport (OAK), diners can enjoy a rich selection of Italian favorites, expertly brewed coffees, and a cozy ambiance. The menu showcases freshly made pizzas, paninis, salads, and egg-based breakfast sandwiches, all crafted with locally sourced ingredients.

Patrons can also savor a broad selection of coffees and espressos from the beloved Equator Coffee Roasters, along with a variety of local draft beers and wines. A16 emphasizes community support by utilizing ingredients from Northern California suppliers, catering to a diverse clientele including omnivores, vegetarians, and coffee lovers.

For those in a rush, the restaurant offers a range of ready-to-eat paninis, salads, and healthy snacks prepared daily. The décor features two murals by Ferris Plock and Kelly Tunstall, artists who have long collaborated with A16.

Currently in its soft opening phase, A16 operates from 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM until July 13th. Following this period, it will open from 4:30 AM to 11:00 PM. Located in Terminal 1 next to the Escape Lounge and Gate 8A, A16 is managed by the OAK concessionaire High Flying Foods.

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