NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some of New York City’s dining staples are coming to John F. Kennedy International Airport.

The newly revamped Terminal 4 is getting a $28 million food makeover expected to be completed by the fall that will feature restaurateur Danny Meyer’s popular burger joint Shake Shack and barbecue restaurant Blue Smoke.

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson will also have two restaurants at the terminal. Uptown Brasserie will serve up “American favorites with international influences in a stylish and art-deco-inspired setting” and Street Food “offers a diverse menu inspired by street food from around the world in a stylish and welcoming fast-casual eatery.”

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Travelers will also be able to enjoy sushi at Asobu, aged Prime steaks and Nova Scotia lobster tails at The Palm Bar & Grille, a glass of wine at the French-inspired brasserie Le Grand Comptoir, cupcakes at Cake Tin or hand-crafted sandwiches, salads, fresh breads and pastries at La Brea Bakery.

Central Diner, a 1930s inspired restaurant, and Camden food co., an award-winning market, will also be coming to the airport.

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The chains Dunkin’ Donuts, McDonald’s and Buffalo Wild Wings will also open new locations at the terminal.