MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The wait for new retails space is over for Minneapolis – St. Paul International Airport.

The Metropolitan Airports Commission approved a set of new retail and restaurant offerings to go into Terminal 1, according to MPR.

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They include Minneapolis restaurant Smack Shack, St. Paul’s Flirt Boutique lingerie shop and a number of local craft breweries.

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The new stores and restaurants are expected to be up and running in about 18 months.

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