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Atlanta Bread Company Reopened in May
By DeAllous Smith

Atlanta Bread Company Reopens in May

When arriving for early morning flights, Sarah Parker usually grabs a healthy warm breakfast with a side of orange juice at the Atlanta Bread Company in the Airport’s Atrium.

However, Parker deviated from her usual when the Atrium location closed for remodeling on April 15.

She ventured out and purchased a breakfast combo from another food and beverage concession in the Atrium.

The store reopened on May 15, and Parker’s usual is now a brand new facility. The refurbishment includes a new ceiling, equipment, flooring, furniture and tables.

Since the company remained at the same location, contractors were able to move quickly on the project. Crews completed the designs and constructed cabinets off-site and installed them at the location.

“The Atlanta Bread Company is a popular destination for travelers and employees,” added Concessions Manager Kyle Mastin. “The company offers a healthy menu that features made-to-order sandwiches, grilled Panini sandwiches, soups and salads.”

In 2006, the Atlanta Bread Company’s Atrium store, a 24-hour operation, generated $3.6 million in sales. The store’s revenue is among the highest revenue generators for the brand.

Passengers seeking an Atlanta Bread Company location on the other side of security may travel to Concourse C.

Customers dining at the concourse location will enjoy the same menu selections and plenty of seating overlooking the tarmac.

Right after the store's closing, Parker said, “I’ll miss my warm sausage, egg and cheese croissant. But, I’m excited to learn that the store is remodeling. I can’t wait for the reopening.”

Click here to view a complete listing of all Airport restaurants and retail stores.

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