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Spa, Salon and Restaurants to Debut in April
By Pamela Wilson

When it comes to retail and restaurant offerings, Hartsfield-Jackson has continuously improved in both quantity and quality over the past decade. Exciting brands which debuted in 2006 include: Friedman's Shoe's, Panda Express, Caribou Coffee, McDonald's, and Moe's Mexican Restaurant.

Now the Airport is adding a few more exciting offerings to its mix of more than 200 businesses. In April, a full-service spa, a beauty salon and two new restaurants will open at the Airport. “We’re adding flavor to the vast array of food and beverage and retail options already at the airport,” said Concessions Manager Marshall Taggart. “Our ultimate goal is to provide the highest level of customer service to the airport’s passengers.”

The new line-up includes:

ExpressSpa on Concourse C
Part of a chain that specializes in airports; the spa provides massages, manicures, pedicures, facials and waxing.

Philips Seafood Restaurant on Concourse D
Specializing in Maryland Crab Cakes, Phillips features a full menu of quality seafood, including daily fresh fish.
TGI Friday's and two new bars on Concourse E
The popular restaurant chain is known for a wide selection of food and beverages, including many new healthy menu choices.
Jakki Dee Salon in the Atrium
The full-service hair salon that uses Paul Mitchell products also provides services for eyebrows, eyelashes and nails. It also offers glamour makeovers and sells make-up.

© 2007 Hartsfield-Jackson News. A Publication from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. All rights reserved.


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