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Mutiny on Marley Creek: Iron Bridge Wine Co. team opens Mutiny Pirate Bar and Island Grille in Glen Burnie

The folks behind Iron Bridge Wine Co. have opened a the Mutiny Pirate Bar and Island Grille in the Point Pleasant area of Glen Burnie, on the Marley Creek.

Mutiny features Caribbean barbecue and an extensive selection of island rum. The owners are Rob and Steve Weckler from Iron Bridge and Nate Hynson. In addition to Caribbean barbecue, the menu includes fresh fish, beef, chicken and pork dishes; raw and steamed seafood and a signature "Shipwreck Burger." The chef is Jake Howard, formerly of the Iron Bridge Wine Company. Hynson is stewarding the bar program, which has a focus on fine rum and Heavy Seas Pyrate Fleet beers.

The location, a marina setting on Marley Creek, includes deck seating for 24 and indoor seating for 85. The bar includes a Captain's Table that seats parties of 12. A skeleton, dubbed "The Captain," will be a permanent presence a the bar.

Mutiny will be open Wednesday through Sunday and Sunday during the day during NFL season.
Mutiny Pirate Bar and Island Grille is located at 1653 Marley Avenue. The phone number is 410-787-2050. The website is

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