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MRG Opens The Café at DCA

The Marshall Retail Group (MRG) announced the opening of its latest food and beverage concept, The Café at DCA, with two locations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

Locate in the both the north and south security checkpoints in DCA Terminal 2, The Café at DCA serves travelers coffee beverages proudly made with La Colombe coffee, in addition to heat & serve sandwiches, a variety of souvenirs, books, magazines and more.

Each café also supports Cameron’s Coffee & Chocolates, a local business that employs adults living with intellectual disabilities through its Every1 Can Work initiative. The Café at DCA offers a selection of products from Cameron’s, including chocolates, caramels and pretzels. In addition to serving coffee and food, The Café at DCA utilizes its small space to provide travelers with travel essentials, making it a one-stop-stop for visitors.

“The Café at DCA provides a custom-built amenity for passengers using the new security checkpoints in Terminal 2 at Reagan National,” said Jaimini Erskine, vice president of marketing and concessions for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, operator of DCA.  “It is also a welcome addition for non-ticketed visitors who now have access to more food and refreshments when dropping off or picking up airport travelers.”

The Café at DCA features clean crisp lines and contrasting black and white finishes. An open grid ceiling throughout the spaces adds a feeling of outdoor dining within the building.  The opening of both The Café at DCA locations has expanded MRG’s partnership with DCA. MRG also operates Capitol File News, America! and two InMotion storefronts at DCA, with two additional retail concepts forthcoming.

“We are so thrilled to launch yet another concept in partnership with the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport,” said Toby Keir, CEO of MRG and InMotion. “The Café at DCA provides a warm and inviting environment for airport guests to either grab n’ go or sit and relax.”