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Greenville Triumph partners on new taproom at Greenville-Spartanburg airport

Jason Thomas //June 25, 2024//

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has partnered with the Greenville Triumph professional soccer team to open the Triumph Taproom at GSP. (Photo/Greenville Triumph)

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has partnered with the Greenville Triumph professional soccer team to open the Triumph Taproom at GSP. (Photo/Greenville Triumph)

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has partnered with the Greenville Triumph professional soccer team to open the Triumph Taproom at GSP. (Photo/Greenville Triumph)

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has partnered with the Greenville Triumph professional soccer team to open the Triumph Taproom at GSP. (Photo/Greenville Triumph)

Greenville Triumph partners on new taproom at Greenville-Spartanburg airport

Jason Thomas //June 25, 2024//

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Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has partnered with the Greenville Triumph professional soccer team to open the Triumph Taproom at GSP.

The Triumph Taproom is only the second soccer-themed restaurant and bar located in a North American airport, following City Pub at Orlando International Airport, according to a news release.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Greenville Triumph to open this unique local dining concept at GSP,” said Dave Edwards, president and CEO of the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District, in the release. “This concept is the result of over a year of planning and we are confident that residents and visitors alike will revel in the opportunity to celebrate the region’s passion for the beautiful game.”

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The Triumph Taproom is the result of a partnership between GSP and the Greenville Triumph soccer team that began on the pitch and has continued into the airport, the release stated. This new dining concept will offer hearty dishes and game-time favorites alongside a selection of craft beers, including local favorites from the Thomas Creek Brewery.

“We look forward to immersing a new audience into the culture of the Greenville Triumph and Greenville Liberty,” said Doug Erwin, vice chairman and chief brand officer of the Greenville Triumph and Liberty. “GSP is the gateway to the Upstate, and it’s very exciting for us to expand our partnership with GSP in such a visible way.”

Triumph Taproom is operated in cooperation with Metz Culinary Management, which operates three other restaurants at GSP, including The Kitchen by Wolfgang Puck, RJ Rockers Flight Room, and Chick-fil-A, according to the release. The restaurant is located post-security on Concourse A and is open seven days a week from 4:30 a.m. until the last departure.