With the completion of FLY Burger Bar Boutique, Concessions International (CI) marks the finish of food and beverage renovations at Hartsfield-Jackson’s Concourse B. CI has opened 11 diverse, but locally-rooted concepts there.
Led by Master Chef Tom Catherall, the menu features fresh ingredients like Texas grass-fed organic beef and made-to-order combinations.
Atlanta-based Concessions International, LLC, founded in 1978, is a food and beverage concessionaire with operations in eight airports. The company’s portfolio includes franchised, licensed and proprietary concepts, including casual dining, quick service, snack, deli and bar and grill. The company is a franchisee of major national brands including Fresh To Order, Seattle’s Best Coffee, and Einstein Bros. Bagels. CI operates Pemberton Café at the World of Coca Cola and a brick-and-mortar Paschal’s in the historic Castleberry district of downtown Atlanta.
Shown in the picture are (left to right): Jerome Russell President of H.J. Russell & Company; Certified Master Chef Tom Catherall, creator of Fly Burger; Kevin Holt, founder of H & H Hospitality; Miguel Southwell, interim GM ATL, Donata Russell Major, CEO Concessions International; Randy Hazelton, founder of H & H Hospitality; Anthony Joseph, president of Concessions International.