First Threeway In Delta Sky Club: Delta Terminal C Sky Club

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The Delta Terminal C Sky Club is tucked away near gate C 37. It’s almost hard to spot as  the entrance is slightly hidden behind a food snack kiosk. But if you know what you are looking for you’ll find it near gate C 37, one of Delta’s newer Sky Club’s in the Atlanta airport.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The entrance is near gate C 37 and a bit tucked away. When you approach the doors they will automatically open and you’ll have the option of taking the stairs to the left or waiting by the water feature and taking the elevator to the right.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The small water feature is a nice sound break from the hustle of Terminal C.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

Once upstairs, you’ll notice a certain decor in this Sky Club that isn’t common amongst the other ones. If you’ve been to this Sky Club you know what I’m talking about. The ceiling area is wide open and it has a certain feel that I can’t put my finger on. If you’ve been to this Sky Club, what would you call the design inside?

Anyway, you’ll find some seating area to the right of the front desk which is a great spot to hang out if you plan on leaving quickly.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

Further to the right is the back hallway. It’s actually behind the bar and a very quiet place. But the seating is fairly generic so I usually only see this part of the club occupied when the club is full.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The main area of the club has a large seating area, a small bar and an area with tables to eat snacks and such.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The snack area is generally full. You can see the proximity to the bar in the picture below.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

This bar is a lively one and usually full. It’s not too full where it feels crowded and they do a good job of getting people what they need and on their way. But there are normally a few usuals who hang out here at this bar and talk a good game.

The Luxury Bar is on full display. It’s too bad for us all those nice drinks aren’t complimentary, but still, if you want one they are there for you to order.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

And I did just that with a glass of the BV Cabernet.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The front entrance is hallway is open to the main area and a side room where the Sky Club snacks are located.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

My First Three Way In Delta Sky Club

When I first laid eyes on them I knew this was going to be good. It was my first opportunity and I couldn’t pass it up. So I grabbed a few of the new dips, some crackers, some vegetables and headed back to my table to try them out.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The fresh vegetables make a great dipping snack.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The other snacks are there, but I prefer a light snack and the dips. But if you prefer something more substantial, there is a salad, selection of soups, and the chicken salad among other light snacks.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

The snacks come in a variety of flavors, I think four in all. I went with a three way peppercorn parmesan, black olive tapenade, and classic hummus. But I do think there were a few more varieties.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

They are fairly healthy snack options, at least the humus and black olive tapenade. I think each were only 90 calories or less. Although I didn’t catch the calorie count on the cheese options.

Delta Terminal C Sky Club

Bottom Line

Delta Terminal C Sky Club is a great little Sky Club with a nice design. But it’s fairly hard to find. So if you are in terminal C, head to gate C 37 and just know it’s there. And while you are there, try out one of the new health(ier) snack options including the black olive tapenade or humus with fresh veggies. They won’t disappoint.

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  1. just wish delta hada better food(snax or real ??sandwiches maybe or new soups the butternut squash is very old and watered down) and better wine even the free stuff(not really free we pay for membership) should be better where is andrea immer robinson when u need her???

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