Local Chain Expanding with an Airport Location

Las Casuelas will open at PSP soon.
Local Chain Expanding with an Airport Location
Photo: Las Casuelas

As part of its major dining expansion, Palm Springs International Airport (PSP) is preparing to welcome local business Las Casuelas. The family-owned Mexican eatery with a few outposts around the desert will soon have a space at the 3400 E Tahquitz Canyon Way property.

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The airport’s website states that construction of the new restaurant, located in the courtyard, began in fall 2023 and is expected to be completed this summer. This move is part of PSP’s broader initiative to double its restaurant capacity and enhance the travel experience for passengers.

PSP’s new concessions program is also adding a few other local favorites: Trio, El Mirasol, Coachella Valley Coffee, and Joshua Tree Coffee Co. Additionally, a new circular bar named Cactus to Clouds is expected. 

Las Casuelas, founded by the Delgado family in 1958, is inspired by traditional recipes from Mazatlán, Mexico. For over 65 years, the business has been a community favorite for its hand-made sweet corn tamales, albóndigas soup, chile verde, and other dishes. 

Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.
Katie Porter

Katie Porter

Katie Porter is a journalist and copywriter located in the Mile High City of Denver, Colorado. She has always been a news junkie, keen to stay informed about what's going on in her community and the world and keeping an eye out for any interesting nuggets or stories. Her articles appear in a number of publications, including 1851 Franchise, Estatenvy, Boulder Weekly, el Don News, TheThings, and more.

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