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AIRMALL opens R&R Seafood Bar at Baltimore/Washington

The new R&R Seafood Bar in the AIRMALL in the D/E connector at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) is open for business.

The anticipated spinoff from the award-winning Obrycki’s offers travelers a fresh dining experience, complete with raw bar and a made to order menu featuring seafood from Maryland’s shores.

“We are excited to welcome an innovative concept from a team whose restaurants are synonymous with Chesapeake flavour,” said Brett Kelly, vice president of AIRMALL Maryland.

“R&R Seafood Bar brings the taste of a Maryland crab house to the terminal in a fresh, modern setting.”

R&R Seafood Bar’s menu features a selection of starters, salads, sandwiches and sides along with breakfast offerings like the Crab Omelette made with fresh crab meat.

Obrycki’s famous crab cakes, a Baltimore tradition since 1944, are available fried or broiled and made with fresh jumbo lump and lump blue crab meat.

From the raw bar, guests can choose from a lineup that includes fresh shucked oysters, little neck clams and steamed seasoned shrimp.

In addition to a full bar offering beer, wine and cocktails, R&R Seafood Bar serves the Crabby Mary, its signature house drink, made with Absolut Peppar vodka in a glass rimmed with Obrycki’s spicy seafood seasoning and garnished with a crab claw.

“R&R Seafood Bar is an important local addition to our concessions program,” said Ricky Smith, chief executive officer for BWI Marshall Airport.

“From the same family that has operated the award-winning Obrycki’s for many years here at BWI Marshall Airport, the new R&R Seafood Bar brings the flavor of Maryland seafood to more passengers.”

R&R Seafood Bar is open daily from 4am to 9pm.

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