Paschal's & Lotta Frutta listed as Top 10 Best Dining Spots at Hartsfield Atlanta Airport
Revisiting Atlanta's airport dining guide seemed necessary, what with the busy winter travel season ahead. Thanks to fine dining options like One Flew South and the influx of local restaurants-turned-concourse outposts, times are a-changin' for airport food, and we want to make sure you get fed to your satisfaction whether you're running late and only have time for a quick bite or you want to sit down and relax before your cross-Atlantic flight. Here, now, the Eater Airport Dining Guide.
Paschal's Southern Cuisine Ranked #2
This Atlanta institution has served since 1947 as the meeting place for notables like Aretha Franklin, Dizzy Gillespie, Andrew Young, Maynard Jackson (yes, that Jackson), Martin Luther King, Jr., and Al Gore so why not extend that meeting space from downtown to the world's busiest airport? The restaurant's had a presence in Hartsfield-Jackson since 1979 for people coming in and out of ATL who don't want to miss out on the fried chicken and catfish, country-fried steak, mac 'n' cheese, or Southern veggie plates. [Concourse B]
LottaFrutta Ranked #10
Popular Old Fourth Ward fruit and sandwich shop LottaFrutta has a small spot near B23. The airport location's commitment to fresh produce and healthy but tasty pressed sandwiches is the same as its ITP original. [Concourse B]
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