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New Reagan National restaurant busy despite downturn

Reagan National airport's latest restaurant, Sam & Harry's Steakhouse, is doing brisk business, airport officials say. The location is a prime spot in Terminal C, next to the boarding area for US Airways's busy northeastern corridor shuttles.

The steakhouse replaced a book store and a Legal Sea Food restaurant. Legal Sea Food's owner filed a federal lawsuit in August against the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority in hopes of hanging on at National.

--Sholnn Freeman

By washingtonpost.com editors  |  December 2, 2009; 2:21 PM ET
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Not surprised it's busy. Didn't realize Legal and Borders got the boot. Odd choice given how sucessful Legal is as a business.

Posted by: EricS2 | December 2, 2009 3:16 PM | Report abuse

I haven't flown out of Reagan this year and am surprised to hear Legal's are gone. But with that said, this seems like an odd item to post in Dr. Gridlock's blog, highly unlike anything he's ever posted before. Did someone put this in the wrong place?

Posted by: 1995hoo | December 2, 2009 6:00 PM | Report abuse

Man, Legal was in such a great spot too! Right next to the security line! One time during Lent, my fiancee and I were trying to think of somewhere to eat in the airport and ended up standing in the security line right next to Legal. We got out of the line, ate dinner, and the line wound up being shorter after dinner.

Posted by: ianswank | December 3, 2009 12:17 PM | Report abuse

This will just *ruin* my commute.

Posted by: member5 | December 4, 2009 2:30 PM | Report abuse

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