The ribbon was cut at the new Flying Dog Tap House, the latest bar and restaurant from global restaurateur HMSHost in Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. HMSHost partnered with Maryland’s largest craft brewery, Flying Dog, to develop the brand’s first restaurant concept exclusively for travelers. BWI Marshall Airport, Flying Dog Brewery, HMSHost, and Fraport (formerly AIRMALL USA) representatives gathered today at the new Concourse A restaurant to celebrate this occasion.
Flying Dog Tap House’s stimulating menu is grounded in offering local craft beer from one of the state’s most well-known and the largest craft brewery alongside food from Maryland’s Roseda Black Angus Farm. From the food to the visual cues of the decor, Flying Dog Tap House offers a sensory immersion into the culture of the Flying Dog brewery as well as a taste of Maryland’s food and beverage character.
HMSHost’s chefs designed a mouthwatering and exciting menu for Flying Dog Tap House that features ingredients from Roseda Black Angus Farm, a Monkton, MD cattle farm.