Sunday, June 7, 2009

There is good airport food in Atlanta

June 6, 2009. Got off to Atlanta 25 minutes late, but the pilot made up the time in the air and we arrived on time. We had a 3 hour layover before our flight to Santiago. Darrell wanted hot dogs, but this wasn't Chicago's O'Hare. We found "One Flew South Restaurant Sushi Bar" in our E Concourse. What a complete surprise! Darrell had a Pulled Duck sandwich, Esther & Stephanie had Braised Pork Belly, and I decided to go with our server/bartender Carolyn's suggestion of Duck Breast with Porcini Ravioli. Esther and I split a Frisee with Poached Pear & Bacon Salad. The presentation was very good, and everyone was delighted at how good the food was. Darrell tried the bacon from our salad, and proceeded to order a rasher of just bacon, then two BLT sandwiches, which we all split. AMAZING bacon, and the best BLT's we've ever had! Carolyn gave us the name of the bacon producer: Allan Benton in Madisonville, TN. We're certainly going to contact Mr. Benton about sourcing his products. There was just one problem with One Flew Souith...we were to return through Atlanta on Monday June, 15th. We asked if One Flew South could have Pisco Sours & Bacon waiting for us at our 6am arrival, but alas they weren't open that early. Guess we'll just have to go back.

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