Monday, September 19, 2011

My Trip to Atlanta, GA (Day 4): Atlanta Airport

My last meal actually was in the Atlanta airport. We were hoping to get some Chick-Fil-A but it's closed on Sundays. Oh well. I settled for a sandwich from Au Bon Pain. I had their roast beef sandwich thinking getting one of their signature sandwiches would be easier than making a custom one.

Although pre-made roast beef isn't terribly delicious, this sandwich wasn't half bad. The meat was fine, the vegetables fresh, the mustard spicy, and the bread soft. It was better than what I could have asked for from an airport for a last minute meal.

Au Bon Pain
Hartsfield-Jackson Airport
Atlanta, GA


  1. I used to love ABP. It's not that I don't anymore, just that I'm rarely near one and in need of food anymore. Panera is my new ABP :)

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