DALLAS — When you're flying into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) next year, there will be a brand new attraction: a Dirk Nowitzki-themed bar and restaurant!
The DFW Airport Board approved "Nowitzki" on Thursday, which will be coming to Terminal C in the summer of 2023, airport officials announced.
The DFW airport tweeted a video giving everyone a sneak peek at what it'll look like:
The restaurant will be operated through a partnership with D&B Mitchell Group.
The menu for the restaurant will include an international variety of foods, including some German-inspired dishes like chicken schnitzel, bratwurst with sauerkraut and German potato salad, according to the D&B Mitchell Group website.
Nowitzki came to Dallas in the 1998 NBA Draft and spent his entire 21-year career with the Mavericks and had his jersey numbers for both the Mavs and the German national team retired.
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The bar and restaurant will also feature a virtual reality experience that allows customers to interact with the 2011 NBA Finals MVP.
"Nowitzki" will be located near the C-37 gates, according to the Dallas Morning News. Take a look at photos of "Nowitzki" here:
PHOTOS: Dirk-themed bar, restaurant coming to DFW airport in 2023
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