September 25, 2023
Annapolis, US 67 F

Seabrisket now plying the waters of Annapolis for Mission BBQ

102016_mission-bbq-annapolis-boat-christening_0077Mission BBQ, the Baltimore-born fast-casual BBQ restaurant that proudly serves those who serve, today christened its first ever Mission BBQ boat, Seabrisket, in Ego Alley in the Annapolis Harbor.

Known for their all-black, military-style signature Mission BBQ delivery trucks, the brand added the first Mission BBQ delivery boat to its BBQ fleet. Seabrisket will now be available for catering and delivery to docks throughout the Annapolis area.  

“As we continue to grow and expand Mission BBQ, we thought, what would be more appropriate than to add a delivery boat docked in Annapolis, the home of the US Naval Academy?” said Bill Kraus. “We are thrilled to introduce Seabrisket to the public and excited to continue to serve our patrons by land and now by sea.”

102016_mission-bbq-annapolis-boat-christening_0017The new Mission boat is a refurbished Coast Guard Rib Boat that was re-painted and decorated in the same branding and style as the iconic delivery truck. Seabrisket will also be able to make guest appearances at dockside parties and events, and eventually deliver Mission BBQ to other boats in the Annapolis waters. 

The introduction of Seabrisket to the Mission BBQ fleet further signifies Mission BBQ’s incredible growth over the past five years. Originally predicting the restaurant would open 40 stores by the end of 2018, Mission BBQ will open its 40th location in November in Tampa, FL; two years ahead of schedule. The restaurant has grown to 12 locations in their home state of Maryland alone, and now predict they will double their original projection and open 80 restaurants by 2018.

Customers interested in ordering Mission BBQ through Seabrisket for their boat or dock parties can visit to learn more. All catering rules and restrictions still apply to Seabrisket deliveries.

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