Top 8 Places to Eat at Hartsfield-Jackson

Atlanta has some of the best airport food in the country- from quick and easy to extremely elegant fine dining. Here are the top spots to try before you board! 


Atlanta Stillhouse (new!)

Jim Beam has partnered with Delaware North to open a brand new Bourbon bar! They offer a full selection of Bourbon, 31 different whiskeys, and pub food on the side. Stillhouse is known for its friendly service and, most importantly, it’s bar. -Concourse T

Atlanta Stillhouse grand opening                                         


One Flew South

If you’re willing to splurge a little, this upscale option offers the finest dining at the airport (some even say it’s the best in Atlanta, period). They offer a wide menu, from southern inspired dishes, like pork sliders, to fresh sushi. Their menu draws on high quality, regional ingredients. Their wine and cocktail lists are also known to make an impression. -Concourse E                                                                                                                                        



Ecco has an incredibly upscale menu, especially for an airport location. The lengthy menu includes grilled octopus, housemade ricotta, buckwheat gnocchetti, white bean ragout, Tunisian fingerling potatoes, and a list of specialty cheeses and meats to build an appetizer. They also offer classic Italian pizzas, paninis, and pastas. You can dine with a great glass of wine, on a balcony that overlooks the international concourse.         -Concourse F


Varsano’s Pizzeria & Piano Bar

With amazing pizza and quick service, Varsano’s is a must for travelers with little time. The full bar and Italian style pizzas are accompanied by live piano music. All of their pies are known for light fluffy crusts, from classic Italian options like Margherita di Bufala to the delicious Fontina Mushroom. -Concourse A


Grindhouse Killer Burgers

Grindhouse makes one of the best burgers in Atlanta, but it’s also a great place to stop for milkshakes and crinkle fries. The burgers are make-your-own style, and all come with a potato bun and fresh toppings (almost nothing on the menu is pre-prepped). There are also great pre-set options if you’d like some guidance, like the “apache” burger, which has roasted chiles, grilled onions, and spicy pepper jack; or the “cowboy” with cheddar, thick bacon, an onion ring, and bbq sauce. -Concourse D



Atlanta is in the South, after all! Paschal’s airport location is an extension of an Atlanta favorite. Pick up a meat-and-two or totally veggie plate with fried chicken, catfish, mac and cheese, collard greens, or grits. Though the food is served on plastic ware, it’s hard to beat the Southern classics. End with home cooked peach cobbler and a sweet tea. -Concourse B

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