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Redskins-Themed Bar Lands Inside Dulles International Airport

Burgundy and Gold Club boasts local brews and plenty of merch

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The entrance to the Burgundy and Gold Club in Concourse B at Dulles International Airport.
Photo by Joel Bolton / Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Football-obsessed flyers traveling through Dulles International Airport can keep up with every snap of the pigskin at new arrival Burgundy and Gold Club, a homegrown sports bar developed in conjunction with the Washington Redskins.

The latest addition to Concourse B officially debuted August 21, right in the middle of a less-than-stellar preseason by the local football team. It’s joining the dining scene just two weeks after Hail and Hog, a standalone Redskins-themed eatery tucked inside the neighboring One Loudoun complex, threw in the towel.

The joint venture (it’s operated by food service company HMSHost) celebrates all things game day. The interior is dotted with photos of gridiron greats as well as big screen TVs tuned to sports programming.

Photos of former football players are posted throughout the Burgundy and Gold Club.
Photo by Joel Bolton / Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Giant TVs replay every bit of the action at Burgundy and Gold Club.
Photo by Joel Bolton / Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

Its affiliation with the home team is conveyed via inspirational slogans printed on exposed brick walls, while patrons are welcome to show their own team spirit by picking up collectibles from memorabilia-stocked shelves.

Hail to the Redskins is tattooed on one of walls at Burgundy and Gold Club.
Photo by Joel Bolton / Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Redskins jerseys, caps, and other pieces of fan gear are available for purchase at Burgundy and Gold Club.
Photo by Joel Bolton / Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

The menu covers breakfast (vanilla French toast; biscuits and gravy with hash browns), lunch (Old Bay-spiced chicken wings; barbecue chicken or pork sandwiches with bacon and slaw), dinner (roast salmon with spinach and artichokes; a handful of specialty burgers including one with caramelized onions and cheese sauce), and drinks (local producers are woven into the beverage roster, including Old Ox Brewery, DC Brau Brewing Co., and Boxwood Winery).

A grand opening celebration is scheduled for Wednesday, September 13.

Status: Certified open. 1 Saarinen Circle, Concourse B, Dulles, Va.; website

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