Airport food isn't an afterthought in Atlanta. When you're the world's busiest, you can't afford to overlook the eats. Not only does Hartsfield-Jackson International feature an incredible quantity of dining options, the quality is top-notch too. Chef Duane Nutter and One Flew South lead the way.
Serving "Southernational" cuisine, Nutter uses local ingredients to create dishes that represent his region — think thyme-roasted pork belly and cornmeal-dusted trout — along with tastes from abroad. The salmon hot pot, with unagi fried rice and tofu, and the seaweed salad take inspiration from Japan. There's an extensive sushi menu as well. The restaurant is a rarity that makes travelers want to stay at the airport just a little bit longer.
Via the above gallery, take a peek at Nutter and his team working away in the One Flew South kitchen.