JPRestaurants is set to take over catering at Jersey's Airport and Harbour.
It'll operate the eateries under it's Café Ubé brand, which already has three outlets in town.
The local firm takes over from the Casual Dining Group, which announced it would cease trading at Jersey's ports after going into administration.
JPRestaurants CEO, Dominic Jones, says its team is 'thrilled' to have been chosen as Ports of Jersey's new hospitality partner:
"Initially we will offer a hot and cold ‘grab-and-go’ service from Cafè Ubé at the airport airside and the kiosk at Elizabeth Terminal. We will also operate the bar at Jersey Airport bringing the best of our experience at Banjo, Oyster Box and Jersey CrabShack to the start of your journey once the necessary bar licence is in place.
"Café Ubé will offer the option of an online ‘click-and-collect’, with fast pick-up to enable orders to be placed in advance of passengers travelling. In due course, we also plan to introduce an order-at-table service, via smartphone, at the airport bar to assist in meeting Covid-19 safety guidelines.
"As passenger numbers grow, we are hopeful that working together in this way will give us the opportunity to forge a longer-term relationship with Ports of Jersey, that will enable us to extend our offer at both locations. We also hope to develop a new and sustainable offer at The Shipyard, Elizabeth Terminal to continue our 75-year history of serving islanders and visitors."
The new cafés are set to open in two weeks' time, on Monday 27th July.