Airmall Maryland expands dining options for travelers

Airmall at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) is expanding its dining scene with a new Chick-fil-A location and the reopening of Obrycki’s Restaurant & Bar in an expanded space.

“We are pleased to bring more exciting dining options for travelers at BWI Marshall,” said Brett Kelly, Vice President of Airmall Maryland. “Chick-fil-A and Obrycki’s deliver the quality and variety that travelers crave when dining on the go.”

Obrycki’s Restaurant & Bar (2,469 square feet) in Concourse B offers Maryland-style seafood. Locally owned by the Cernak family, the newly renovated restaurant features expanded seating for 115 guests, a larger patio, reclaimed wood walls, and it retains the historic back bar that was in the original Baltimore City location.

Prepared-to-order menu items include Obrycki’s signature crab cakes. In January, it was named one of the 17 best airport restaurants in the country by

The new Chick-fil-A (804 square feet) in Concourse A/B, locally operated by Concessions Solution Group in partnership with Great Foods International, is the franchise’s first location in a Washington area airport.

“We are extremely proud to bring the first Chick-fil-A to the Washington metropolitan area airports,” said Business Development Officer Richard Chinsammy. “Chick-fil-A has been a part of my airport concessions career for over 18 years and I am most proud that now I can say that I am a part of the Chick-fil-A family of operators, especially at BWI Marshall, my home airport.”

The restaurant menu includes the original chicken sandwich, nuggets, chargrilled chicken sandwich, waffle potato fries, and a breakfast menu. 

“We continue to emphasize customer service and an outstanding travel experience for our passengers,” said Ricky Smith, Chief Executive Officer of BWI Marshall. “The addition of Chick-fil-A is something that our customers have asked for.”