Tuesday, October 14, 2008
I recently found myself traveling through Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. That airport has a lot of problems, but one things I love about is the breadth of food available to eat. Most especially, I would recommend an outlet of a local chain called Pascal's. Pascal's serves authentic Southern food without the greasy aftertaste often found in these types of joints. They offer just about every common Southern food.
For lunch, I picked up some fried chicken, corn, and candied sweet potatoes. Every meal comes with two corn muffins. I'm not ashamed that I devoured every bit I could and was a little sad I had to throw some away. Not only is the food amazing but the folks who work there are incredibly nice and you don't feel like you're at a typical airport food stand. The only downside is that they are a little expensive, but in an airport what can you expect.
The moral of story: if you find yourself with a few extra minutes, head over to Terminal A and hit Pascal's if you want something that doesn't taste like cardboard.
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