Between the indoor and terrace areas, it boasts a surface area of almost 120 m2 and can accommodate over 110 diners. The location, which showcases the company’s new brand image, offers an on-demand slicing service for Iberian cold meats.
The Travel division of the Eat Out Group, part of the Ibersol Group, has announced the opening of a new Dehesa Santamaría establishment at the Málaga Airport, located landside in Terminal 2.
Between the indoor and terrace areas, it has a surface area of almost 120 m2, seating for over 110 diners and it showcases the company’s new brand image, thus solidifying its position as a traditional Spanish pub with the same culture and customs as always, but adapted to modern tastes. The brand recently incorporated its new “Iberian Know-how” concept, which combines tradition and experience with the main characteristic of Iberian products: their flavour. All of which makes this flagship location the perfect place to enjoy a beer and snacks with family and friends.
As with the location in Barcelona, which opened a few weeks ago, one of the features offered at this new establishment is an on-demand slicing service for Iberian cold meats. The brand is also renowned for its ample culinary selection, with a meticulous assortment of local products, such as assorted Iberian cold meats, platters for sharing, its servings, tapas, salads and desserts, and options for every meal of the day, from breakfast to dinner.
Dehesa Santamaría has also done considerable work to train the restaurant staff on customer service and its cafeteria and beer options, as well as on slicing techniques, all of which is intended to enhance the knowledge of these professionals and which is in keeping with the brand’s current positioning.
The opening is part of the tender awarded by AENA at this airport in 2018, which runs for 8 years, through 2026. With this opening, the group has six Dehesa Santamaría travel locations, situated in the airports of Barcelona, Menorca, Fuerteventura, Las Palmas and in the Camp Nou Stadium.
The Eat Out Group shows its firm commitment to the Dehesa Santamaría brand with the second opening of another restaurant in the chain in barely two weeks, following the opening of its location in the Sky Center at the Barcelona Airport.
Dehesa Santamaría was founded in Mérida in 1998, and in 2001 it began to expand through franchising. In 2006, it became part of the Eat Out Group, which belongs to Ibersol, one of the leading restaurant groups in the Iberian Peninsula.
Today, the chain has established itself as a traditional Spanish pub with the same culture and customs as always, but adapted to modern tastes. It has incorporated the “Iberian Know-how” concept as its hallmark, combining tradition and experience with the main characteristic of Iberian products: their flavour.
Dehesa Santamaría is currently one of the leading modern restaurant brands, thanks to the quality of its products and its high name recognition among consumers. It has restaurants in Andorra and all throughout Spain, including locations at national airports in Barcelona, Menorca, Málaga and Fuerteventura.
EatOut Travel is the travel restaurant division owned by Ibersol Group. It is one of the largest food restaurant groups on the Iberian Peninsula, with over 640 restaurants, managing its own brands, like Pans&Company, Ribs, Santamaría and FrescCo, and international licences like Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC.
EatOutTravel is currently present in Spain’s leading airports and rail stations, and provides its services in other locations too, such as large fashion outlets and football stadiums.
To serve its customers, EatOut Travel has a complete portfolio of over 25 leading national and international restaurant brands that span the entire range of food services and adapt perfectly to the demands and trends of any type of customer or location.
Eat Out is part of Ibersol (Euronext Lisbon IBERSOL, SGPS), one of the main restaurant operators on the Iberian Peninsula, with sales of 450 million euros and an EBITDA of 61 million euros in 2018. It manages its own brands, like Pans & Company, Ribs, Santamaría and FrescCo, and licences like Burger King, Pizza Hut and KFC.