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Kick off your travels at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport’s new Triumph Taproom

Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Triumph Taproom offers a new dining option at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport while celebrating our local soccer club.


Now open at GSP. | Photo by GVLtoday

Summer travel season is upon us, and Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has a new place to kick it before your flight. Meet Triumph Taproom, located near gate A3 (in the former Thomas Creek Grill).

Opening at 4:30 a.m. (and remaining open until the last departure of the night), Triumph Taproom serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you can find something to eat no matter when your journey begins. Did someone say preflight Bloody Mary? Pro tip: You can take your alcoholic beverage to go and sip it at your gate, but you have to finish before you board your flight.

Celebrating Champions


We are the (USL League One) champions. | Photo by GVLtoday

Triumph Taproom is only the the second soccer-themed airport restaurant and bar in North America —the first is City Pub at Orlando International Airport. In addition to the team’s logo + green and blue letters lighting up the restaurant’s facade, you’ll find Triumph and Liberty gear plus a mural celebrating our hometown soccer clubs.

What’s on the menu?


The perfect preflight bite + brew. | Photo by GVLtoday

Indulge in appetizers like chicken wings, loaded fries, and fried pickles. Entrees include salads, handhelds (think: burgers, tacos, clubs), and a full bar with soccer-themed featured cocktails:

  • The Kickoff — Tito’s with lemon juice, Bloody Mary mix, and a blend of spices
  • The Yellow Card – A mid-game “tea” made with gin, vodka, rum, tequila, and sour mix
  • The Goalkeeper — Bacardi rum with lime juice and seasonal berries served with mint
  • The Clean Sheet — Malibu rum with blue curacao, lemon + lime juices, and pineapple juice

Plus, Thomas Creek is still on draft to celebrate local brewing and pay homage to the restaurant that came before it.

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