From the story: The bar will be housed in the smaller, north building, with 60 indoor seats and 30 outside and will serve drinks and small bites for lunch and dinner.
For the south building, formerly used for baggage handling, the group is proposing an “approachable French-influenced menu” serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. There will be seating for 125 people inside and 50 outside. In addition, there will be counter seating and a private dining room.
The bar is scheduled to open in spring 2016 and the bistro in spring 2017.
Read more here in the story by Min Pullan, from the Office of Communications.