ATL

International Terminal

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Restaurants

If you need to stay close to the terminal, there's a good number of restaurants after Security, offering everything from family-friendly cafés and fast food to bars and seafood. With more time, you can pick and choose from a even wider variety in the different concourses. Try the Japanese-Southern fusion One Flew South in Concourse E, which serves cocktails and cuisine inspired by world travels, and is considered to be one of the world's best airport restaurants. Or Ecco in Concourse F serves Mediterranean favorites and wine by the glass with a view of the planes.
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Shopping

Naturally, you can shop duty free in ATL's International Terminal, and there are over 20 other stores selling the usual travel luxuries. If you venture further into the nearby concourses, there are an additional 33 retailers in Concourses E & D. Jewelry-hunters won't be disappointed, with several Swarovski stores, as well as a Taxco Sterling and Pandora not too far away.
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Facilities

  • Animal relief areas
  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Chapel
  • Currency exchange
  • Smoking areas
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Disabled parking
  • Telecommunications for the Deaf (TDD) phones
  • Wheelchair assistance
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Restaurants

There's a coffee station and a café-restaurant selling healthy snacks, sandwiches and soups. Restaurant and bar seating is available.
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Shopping

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Facilities

  • ATMs
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible taxis
  • Disabled parking
  • Telecommunications for the Deaf (TDD) phones
  • Wheelchair assistance

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