You gotta have it – coffee. In an airport under construction it has not always been easy to find a piping hot cup of joe. That changed this week.
Keurig coffee stations have arrived at Charleston International Airport courtesy of Delaware North Co. (DNC), the airport food and beverage concessionaire. Best part? Both Keurig stations are located after security.
On Concourse A you can buy a cup ofKeurig coffee at the food court near the boarding lounge. Turn right when exiting the security checkpoint. At the bottom of the concourse ramp look to your right.
On Concourse B, Keurig coffee is available at the top of the walkway near the Samuel Adams bar and hot food cart. If you get to the boarding lounges, you went too far butDeSano Pizza Bakery near Gate B6also sells coffee.
If you get to the airportearly you can check in with your airline then head to Harvest and Ground bakery and cafe adjacent toticketingfora specialty coffee.
When construction on the food and retail shops is completed later this year, Dunkin Donuts will return and will be located on Concourse B. Passengers are able to walk between concourses without going through security again, increasing the food, beverage and retail options for passengers.