The Global Concessions folks still aren't selling edible Mercator projections at Hartsfield-Jackson; instead, the team behind airport-only resto One Flew South and downtown's Sweet Georgia's Juke Joint have been busy opening Jekyll Island, a new coastal-themed, open-air spot for pre-flight meals decked with reclaimed driftwood & steel from retired fishing boats, and serving super-fresh seafood personally delivered three times weekly by a JI shrimper. Temporarily take a trip to the island you wish you were flying to instead of Gary, Indiana with starters including a warm spinach seafood salad w/ bay scallops & lime caper butter-sautéed blue crab, and white-wine-roux gumbo w/ crawfish & andouille, or you can choose firecracker buffalo shrimp, calamari, or buttermilk-fried oysters in The Captain's Basket. They've also got grilled, blackened, or fried chicken sammies, plus Creole tilapia, shrimp w/ Parmesan stone-ground grits, tacos w/ jerk-seasoned fish & mango salsa, and the sherry cream-sauced Grouper Cherokee, a dish that sounds very Grand indeed. Taps include 16oz-ers of 420 and Asahi, plus there're locally themed cocktails like the bourbon/ Coke/ mint "Rhett Butler". Another cool fact: they carry Jekyll Island Wine (pinot noir, chard, merlot, cab), and Aya Premium Vodka, both of which're owned by ATLien/ Ambassador Andrew Young, who personally delivered you from having to work for Jimmy Carter, by sacrificing himself.