New offshoot of traditional Phillips Seafood chain
Phillips Seafood restaurants, based in Baltimore, are known for straightforward crab cakes at their 17 fine dining, casual, seafood buffet and fast-casual restaurants up and down the East Coast. Now the company is branching out with Bombora, an eclectic restaurant in the seaside resort town of Ocean City, Md., that opened in April. Running the kitchen is executive chef Arturo Paz, who is dishing up items such as tikka masala glazed chicken wings with toasted almond dust and sour orange skirt ...
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