Decent Breakfast Place at Atlanta Airport?

Old Apr 13th, 2005, 12:41 PM
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Decent Breakfast Place at Atlanta Airport?

we have a 4 hour layover in atlanta next week--5:30am to 9:30am. is there a decent place to sit down and have breakfast somewhere in the airport?

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Old Apr 13th, 2005, 12:53 PM
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the airport has lots of restaurants, although it is divided into different terminals. If you want a restaruant that's not in your terminal, you have to walk or ride a shuttle to the terminal where you want to go. There are printed maps and display maps which tell you what's there and where.
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Speaking from too many early mornings in the Atlanta airport you're going to have a rough time finding anything before 7:30-8am. Each concourse has a handful of places to grab food but the best selections are concourse A & B which are the Delta concourses.

There are a few restaurants with sit down service. Houlihan's and Chili's Too are both in the A Concourse and have sit down waiter service. TGIF's is in Concourse B.

Here is the website for the airport...http://www.atlanta-airport.com/ The website lists phone numbers for the restaurants. I would give them a call and see what time they open.

Going concourse to concourse is really easy just be sure to take the train!
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Hi lolfn, I just experienced the Atlanta airport for the first time last week. The airport is enormous but I found it very easy to navigate.

The tram that has been mentioned here is the easiest way to get from one terminal to another. I found that you use elavators a lot (up and down and up and down) but the signs are clearly marked and using the tram is a breeze. There is a neon sign inside the tram that lets you know what the next stop is.

I stopped in at Houlihans and although I didn't eat (just had a glass of wine as it was the middle of the afternoon) I did read the menu for lunch and it was quite extensive so imagine you can find something you want for breakfast. That was in Terminal A (Delta).
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lolfn,

I would like to suggest Paschals. It is an ATL southern resturant. To sit down and be served, you must visit the Paschals on Concourse C (had breakfast there Sunday morning). If not, there are two outside of security in the Atrium and on Concourse A as well.
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