Healthy Food Charlotte Airport  (CLT)

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Beaudevin (Atrium – Full Service) Menu

Beaudevin is a great spot to grab fresh and healthy food, disguised as a wine bar. I’ve heard the Scottish Salmon Sandwich is awesome. I’m personally a sucker for melon and prosciutto. This is my number one recommendation for someone planning to eat at CLT.

1897 Marketplace (Atrium – Full and Quick Service)

1897 Marketplace has both grab-and-go and dine-in options with several healthy options for both. If you’re dining in, I highly suggest the Farmhouse Salad with Salmon. This is also a great spot if you just want a small healthy snack before your flight.

First in Flight Sushi (Atrium – Full Service & Grab and Go)

Sushi bar in the main area of the airport is a can’t miss. You’re not going to confuse it with sushi in Tokyo, but it’s high quality and amazing for an airport. Sashimi, rolls and sides – something for everyone. This is the same sushi provider as Hissho Sushi in concourse D..


A Concourse

Phipps Bistro (A4 – Quick Service)

Phipps made the list for their healthy grab-and-go selection, but it looks like they also have plenty of healthy options on their menu.

D Concourse

Ciao Gourmet Market (D2 – Grab and Go)

Grab and go spot that is good for fresh fruit, veggies and salads.  

Hissho Sushi (Concourse D – Full Service & Grab and Go)

Sushi bar in concourse D is the same provider as the First in Flight Sushi bar in the atrium. Great variety of Sushi, sashimi and sides.

Jamba Juice ( Concourse D – Quick Service – Gluten Free Options)

Jamba Juice is a staple airport spot when it comes to looking for something healthy before a flight. Be careful to avoid a sugar bomb with some of their juice mixers. I always ask to mix with milk or water rather than the juice which reduces the sugar. Also, try adding kale for extra fiber! Don’t forget to check out their bowls, too, which are also a great healthy alternative.