Greenville Mid-Delta Airport Re-Opens Restaurant

By Sam Washington, Director
Greenville Mid-Delta Airport

The Greenville Mid-Delta Airport held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, March 4, 2019, for its newly re-opened airport restaurant. The new proprietor, Mr. Edward Hill, aptly named the restaurant the Airport Café.

The ribbon cutting was attended by Mayor Errick Simmons along with members of the Greenville City Council, the Washington County Economic Alliance, the Chamber of Commerce, Boutique Air, Mid-Delta Aviation and numerous city employees and community guests. Visitors were treated to a menu that included Salisbury steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, rice, corn, chicken spaghetti and a variety of cakes for dessert. Mayor Simmons and others gave brief remarks just prior to the official ribbon cutting, and with a countdown from the photographer, the ribbon was cut and the Airport Café was open for business. 

Airport Café proprietor Edward Hill

Business hours are 5:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday–Friday, and the restaurant will feature a combination of grab-and-go items along with a plate lunch on its daily menu. 

Airport Director Sam Washington stated, “This was one of my first priorities when I was hired as the Airport Director, and we are very happy to see it come to pass!” 

For more information on the Airport Café, call 662-580-5113.