Phillips flies into Newark, Harrisburg

By

SeafoodSource staff

Published on
July 31, 2011

Phillips Seafood on Monday announced that it recently opened two airport restaurants — one at Newark Liberty International in New Jersey and one at Harrisburg International in Pennsylvania — bringing the Baltimore company’s total number of airport locations to nine.

Both full-service restaurants feature a traditional Phillips menu, offering its signature crab dishes as well as Blackened Ahi Tuna Steak, Cream of Crab and Lobster Bisque and new specialty items such as Crab Cobb Salad, Lobster Roll, Blackened Mahi Tacos and Crab Ravioli.

Phillips’ Newark restaurant is located in Terminal A; it opened on 19 July. Phillips’ Harrisburg restaurant is located in the airport’s main terminal; it opened on 16 June.

Pictured from left to right at the ribbon-cutting ceremony in Harrisburg are John Knorr, senior VP of Phillips Seafood; Michael Fetchko, senior director of business development at HMSHost Corp.; Richard Folkner, general manager of HMSHost MDT and Tim Edwards, director of Harrisburg International Airport.

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