New shops and restaurants land at Airmall Maryland

 

Pen & Prose offers specialty gifts and souvenirs, such as stationery, greeting cards, desktop accessories, ornate collectibles, and handbags

DC-3 Hot Dog, a vintage hot dog shop in Concourse B, takes its design cues from the glory days of aviation

 

Airmall at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) is welcoming travelers this spring with a variety of new shops and restaurants, including local concepts DC-3 Hot Dog and Pen & Prose.

Brett Kelly, Vice President of Airmall Maryland, said: “Travelers are in for a treat with local favorites like Pie Five, DC-3 Hot Dog, Brix & Vine and Pen & Prose gracing our concourses.” 

Brix & Vine (1,370 square feet) in Concourse D offers an extensive selection of wines from around the world, served in a sophisticated setting. The menu offerings are designed to complement the wines.

DC-3 Hot Dog (150 square feet), a vintage hot dog shop in Concourse B, takes its design cues from the glory days of aviation. Styled like a classic DC-3 airliner, the eatery serves all-beef or veggie hot dogs with toppings. In addition to specialty, breakfast and corn dogs, DC-3 offers fresh grab-and-go meals, chips and breakfast specialties ranging from muffins and pastries to fresh fruit and parfaits.

Pen & Prose (800 square feet) in the new D/E connector presents elegant specialty gifts and souvenirs, such as stationery, greeting cards, desktop accessories, ornate collectibles, and handbags.

Pie Five (1,050 square feet), a new addition to the Main Terminal Food Court, offers individual handcrafted pizzas made to order with fresh ingredients in less than five minutes. Salads and breakfast strombolis round out the menu at this trendy, fast-casual concept.

“We continue to emphasize high quality services and amenities for our customers,” said Ricky Smith, Chief Executive Officer of BWI Marshall. “BWI Marshall Airport passengers will appreciate these new food and retail offerings.”