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Atlanta’s Hartsfield to launch iPad-enabled ordering at two new restaurants

Published: 23/12/2013 - Filed under: Home » News »

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Concessions International (CI) will open two new bar concepts at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) for the ultimate in-airport convenience. Samuel Adams Atlanta and Dos Equis Explorer Lounge will both open in Concourse B and are the first restaurants at the airport to offer tabletop iPad ordering.  Travelers on the go can browse the full food and beverage menu and order in minutes, from every seat in both locations.

“Through the power of mobile, we are able to offer our guests a wide variety of dining options through one central ordering platform, which also offers nutritional information, photos and more,” said CI President Anthony Joseph.  “We strive to bring travelers the perfect balance of comfort and convenience.”

Concessions International operates numerous Quick Service Restaurants, , fast casual and casual dining brands in eight airports across the U.S. and U.S. Virgin Islands. Dos Equis Explorer Lounge and Samuel Adams Atlanta join CI’s other newest ventures, Lotta Frutta and Fresh To Order (f2o), also located in the renovated Concourse B terminal.

“The table-top ordering system allows travelers to order quickly without waiting for a server, so they can spend their limited time enjoying these well-loved brands in a warm, comfortable setting,” said Joseph.

For more information visit CI International.

By Ross Atkinson


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