Hartsfield-Jackson international lounge offering Ecco menu

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The Club at ATL, an independent lounge in the Atlanta airport’s international Concourse F, says its guests can now order from the menu of Ecco at the airport.

The airport outpost of Midtown Atlanta restaurant Ecco is not far from the Club at ATL, both on Concourse F at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Users of The Club at ATL can order from the Ecco menu using a tablet in the lounge. The food is then delivered from the restaurant to the lounge, according to airport Ecco operator HMSHost.

A day pass to the Club at ATL costs $35, and club operator Airport Lounge Development and HMSHost are partnering to offer the option at the club.

SECOND PHOTO!!! July 17, 2013 - Hapeville: Jorge Cortes walks walk through the doors at The Club at ATL, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport's first independent VIP passenger lounge, on Wednesday, July 17, 2013. For a $35.00 day pass, passengers receive a shower, alcoholic beverages, snacks, internet access, newspapers and magazines. JOHNNY CRAWFORD / JCRAWFORD@AJC.COM

For a $35.00 day pass, passengers receive a shower, alcoholic beverages, snacks, internet access, newspapers and magazines. JOHNNY CRAWFORD / JCRAWFORD@AJC.COM

Menu choices include charcuterie, pappardelle pasta and roasted poulet rouge, according to HMSHost.

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Airport clubs have been stepping up with fancier amenities, particularly for international travelers. At Hartsfield-Jackson, the Delta Sky Clubs on international concourses E and F have also improved their food offerings.


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