Snacks are the same as they are in every other Delta SkyClub, so if you’ve been to one you’ve been to them all. Our favorites include the overly salted crackers, bits of cheese, olives, carrots, celery, and cookies. There’s also a couple different kinds of snack mix along with Biscoff that may or may not need to be immediately dipped into single-serving packages of Nutellammmm. Rounding out the snack options are individual packages of hummus—and a little travel tip—open these suckers away from you or else you are going to be wearing it all day.
Booze is complimentary here, and this club has a bartender to mix up all kinds of concoctions as long as those concoctions are limited to the hard stuff over ice or mixed with juice or soda—no margaritas or martinis happening here. There were also a few beers on tap, including Sam Adams and Heineken along with the usual domestic drinks. No local lager options, sadly.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, the $50 day pass is probably not worth it unless you have a long layover here and need free WiFi. You’re not going to get full on the snacks—although there’s always someone trying to do so—and it really doesn’t feel worlds away from the rest of the travelers waiting in the terminal. However, if you travel a lot for work or leisure—and do so a lot on Delta—this club is definitely one of the best Delta has to offer in the nifty fifty.
So if you already have access to the club through lots of frequent flier miles, an international business class ticket, a fancy credit card, or an expense account, be sure to swing by for a visit. You can find this particular SkyClub in the hallway between Concourse H and J.
[Photos: kjb for Jaunted]