Have you grown weary of same old spread of carrots, crackers, hummus triangles and shrink wrapped cheese at United Clubs? Then get ready for an overhauled complimentary menu launching this week, as well as several major Club renovations in coming months. United is even talking about adding a new food-for-purchase option at its Clubs.
The all-new complimentary food menu, from a Greek yogurt bar, scones, and hot oatmeal station to hummus with pretzel crisps, soup, salad, salami, and peppers debuts today at Chicago O’Hare and will be rolled out Houston, Denver, Newark, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington Dulles by the end of summer. All United Clubs worldwide will feature the new food by the end of the year.
United also says it will launch an upgraded beverage-for-sale program of premium wines, beers and spirits including Champagne Laurent-Perrier and Trinchero Family Estates Wines. Although there are few details, United says that is also plans to test a new food-for-sale pilot program later this year as well.
See all of United’s new Club food photos here.
Here’s what breakfast looked like the last time I was at the United Club at SFO:
In the coming year, the airline will renovate all clubs in Chicago O’Hare, Washington Reagan, Hong Kong and Tokyo Narita. It will also build new clubs in Atlanta (T-gates) and San Francisco, and “begin major changes in Los Angeles.”
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