Three more eateries opened for business at John Wayne Airport earlier this week.
Irvine-based The Ruby Restaurant Group opened a Ruby’s Diner along with a Ruby’s To Go.
The 1940’s diner-themed restaurant offers a full-service, sit-down restaurant along with a full bar. The To Go concept is the company’s first fast-casual concept in California, which targets customers looking for a quick meal.
A Farmer’s Market by Laguna Culinary Arts also opened and sells soups and salads made with ingredients from local suppliers.
The new restaurants are the last in a string of new or remodeled restaurants that have opened at John Wayne.
The McDonald’s located in Terminal A reopened earlier this month following a remodel that added new decor, lighting and seating. A second McDonald’s in Terminal B was also renovated and reopened in May.
The updates are part of the airport’s $543 million Airport Improvement Program, which also saw the addition of Terminal C and a new parking structure that added about 2,000 more parking spaces.