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The only national chains heading to the airport are Dunkin’ Donuts, Bruegger’s Bagels and Built Custom Burgers — the first Arizona outpost of the California fast-casual chain.“All of these are local concepts so it’s really exciting,” said Tucson Airport Authority public information officer Jessie Butler.

It was right then, about two years ago on a family trip, that he knew he wanted to open a Thai ice cream shop back home in Tucson.

The 20-year-old Omar is Palestinian, but his family is actually from Saudi Arabia and is involved with the local Muslim community here.

’ and we tell them it’s a gastropub in Oro Valley,” he said, as a server delivered the Schanks’ hot dogs and pretzel to their patio table.

Schank said the prices were pretty reasonable; the Sonoran hot dog was $6 and the pretzel that came with housemade cheese sauce was $9.

Sir Veza’s and the arrival early next year of El Charro marks the Flores family’s return to the airport after a 20-year absence, said Ray Flores, who created and operates Sir Veza’s.

The Flores family’s El Charro had once been a primary airport vendor until the job become too much to handle.

They opened Wrap N' Roll this month inside the former Goodness location at the ground floor of the Hub at Tucson student apartment complex, 1011 N. The shop serves savory wraps for lunch, and Thai ice cream for dessert.

Both are done Chipotle style, where you choose your own ingredients from a big list and it gets made in front of you. On a recent visit, they made me up a solid chicken shawarma wrap with olives, Feta cheese, tomatoes and a garlicky aoli for $8.

After this revelation, his mother reached out to Ari Baban of Za'atar restaurant in midtown Tucson.

Ari wanted to open another concept near campus, Omar said, so the two decided to partner up.

If that's not enough for you, go wild with some Oreos, Reese's or Fruit Loops on top. It was the first concession to open in the airport’s expansive culinary makeover, part of the $28 million “A Brighter TUS” project that started last March to improve passenger terminals.