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SEE & DO: ATL Airport District Restaurant Week

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Get a firsthand taste for brunch, lunch, or dinner during the fifth annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week, running from March 17 to March 25
Get a firsthand taste for brunch, lunch, or dinner during the fifth annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week, running from March 17 to March 25

Comprised of College Park, East Point, Hapeville, and Union City, Atlanta’s oft-overlooked Airport District is packed with rich history and great places to eat and drink. Get a firsthand taste for brunch, lunch, or dinner during the fifth annual ATL Airport District Restaurant Week, running from March 17 to March 25. Prix fixe menus from participating restaurants like Louisiana Bistreaux and Grecian Gyro are available at just $9, $19 and $29, and signature dishes come at 20 percent off. The mission? To generate economic development for the area surrounding the world’s busiest airport. For one week only, delayed flights may come as a blessing.

 

$9-$29. 8 a.m.-11 p.m. Sat., March 17-Sun., March 25. ATL Airport District, 2077 Convention Center Concourse Suite 260. 404-334-7500. www.atldistrict.com


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