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McDonald's Adds Old Bay-Spiced Filet-O-Fish to the Menu

The sandwiches will be available at 700 locations.

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McDonald's is gussying up its classic Filet-O-Fish sandwich at select locations across the nation. According to Eater DC, the chain is offering the sandwich with an Old Bay-spiced tartar sauce starting February 16. The sandwich — which really should be called the Filet-O-Bay — is the invention of Baltimore franchisee Mark Furr and is in official partnership with the spice brand.

Around 700 locations in states across the East Coast including Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, West Virginia, and D.C. will serve up the limited-edition sandwich. Other states are out of luck for now, as is Russia, which banned the sandwich last year in retaliation for American sanctions in the conflict against Ukraine.

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