Fraport expands retail and dining concepts at BWI Marshall Airport

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Concessionaire Fraport Maryland has inaugurated several new restaurant and retail outlets at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), with offerings ranging from market fresh produce and street food to smart carry-ons.

Brett Kelly, vice president, Fraport Maryland – the developer and manager of the retail program at BWI Marshall Airport, said, “BWI Marshall continues to be such a fast-growing airport, our challenge is find and activate new space to keep pace with the growth. These concepts are great additions to the lineup of productive stores, restaurants and services here.”

The new outlets include:
Two flight attendants founded the Baggallini business 20 years ago. Today, their thoughtfully organized bags and accessories are still working hard for the everyday traveler. The 300ft² store is located in the A/B food court.

Much like a produce stand, the new 100ft² Farmers Market in the B Concourse specializes in ‘fresh from the market’ preparations with plentiful stocks of fresh fruit and vegetable snacks. Travelers can enjoy locally made snacks and an array of grab-and-go sandwiches, salads and treats.

The 455ft² upscale craft cocktail bar Martini specializes in delicious cocktails, craft beers and signature martinis. Also on the menu are locally inspired sandwiches and bar snacks.

In the main terminal, authentic Mexican and American street food, ranging from tacos and burritos to burgers, wings and super-charged hot dogs, are paired with local and world craft beers at Sir Veza’s Kitchen and Kantina (1,000ft²). The rustic garage ‘sports and gastropub’ theme pays homage to the founder’s passion for American muscle cars and motorcycles.

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