New Skyclub food options CONFIRMED: See Our Fresh New Menu And Nutritional Info!

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Well, as I blogged about the other day we now have confirmation of what is coming at least as far as food goes. I had a GM with Delta tip us off that per an internal memo they were about to go LIVE and now we see on Delta.com that this is true! Here is what we can expect for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner – yes, Dinner in the Skyclub!

Delta Sky Club is committed to keeping you fueled for your travels with healthy selections and delicious flavors. Several of the bold bites below were selected by Club members like you in spring 2014, and the addition of premium new items represents one more way the Club is investing in your travel experience. Click on select menu items to see nutritional information. Bon appétit and bon voyage!

Start Your Day Right

Locally Sourced Bagels
Thomas Honey Wheat English Muffin
Thomas English Muffin
Oatmeal
Hard Boiled Eggs
Otis Spunkmeyer Mini Muffins
Banana
Blueberry
Chocolate Chip
Raisin Bran Cereal
Cheerios Cereal
Corn Flakes Cereal
Granola Cereal
Yoplait Greek Strawberry Yogurt
Yoplait Greek Honey Vanilla Yogurt
Fruit Salad
Skim Milk
2% Milk
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Promise Soft Spread
Butter
Dickinson’s Orange Marmalade
Dickinson’s Grape Jam
Dickinson’s Strawberry Preserves
Smucker’s Honey
Smucker’s Peanut Butter
Mixed Raisins

Dig Into Delicious Lunch And Dinner Options

King Nut Ranch Pretzel Mix
King Nut Zesty Nut Mix
Skinny Pop Popcorn
Tomato Basil Flatbread Crackers
Dip/n Classic Hummus
Dip/n Olive Tapenade
Rondele Garlic & Herb Spread
Rondele Peppercorn Parmesan Spread
Cookie Tree Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Cookie Tree Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Kettle Cuisine Tomato and Garden Vegetable Soup
Kettle Cuisine Italian Wedding Soup
Olives (Country Olive Mix, Mediterranean Meze & Nicoise)
Marinated Mushrooms
Vegetable Crudités
Carrots
Celery
Broccoli
Red Pepper Strips
Fresh, Whole Fruit
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
Green Salad
Pecan & Cranberry Chicken Salad
Balsamic Dressing
Ranch Dressing
Ranch Vegetable Dip

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Mini Assorted Cheesecakes

WOW – what a list. I also reached out to Delta for more info about what other perks like the much appreciated massages and other personal touches but was not given any advance info to print. At least we have Delta.com and others inside Delta as sources to turn to for accurate info!

I will not be flying for a few weeks so I look forward to reader input on how you like all the new enhancements to the Skyclubs! – René

Editorial Note: Any opinions, analyses, reviews or recommendations expressed in this article are those of the author’s alone, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any card issuer.

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9 comments

  1. Not bad, certainly an upgrade. Thank you Delta! I’ll be thru ATL a couple of times so I will check several SkyClubs out. Also at LGA next week. I’ll cut my Centurion visit short to check out the offerings there as well. Wouldn’t argue with a massage if they happen to come back…

  2. Sorry, but just because they call those snacks “dinner” doesn’t make it dinner. For dinner, see: Centurion Lounge.

  3. @John – Agree! But still an improvement. Will still be visiting the CLUB AT ATL me thinks a bit unless massage comes back too.

  4. I don’t like when Sky Club and Premium are in the same sentence, I have a feeling we will be paying extra for some of these options, “addition of premium new items”

  5. While this is an improvement I’m a bit underwhelmed. Sure would have been nice if they would have added something a little more substantial for lunch/diner. Soup and popcorn aren’t what I’d call a meal.

    More cookie choices and cheesecake certainly aren’t what my waistline needs either! lol

  6. I appreciate the upgrade, but “ranch dressing” is not a dinner option.
    they may as well add ketchup, mustard, and mayo to the list of dinner options.

  7. makes me want to run out and extend my membership with an Executive membership … even though they are taking away Biscoff. Dec 31 will be a very decisive day for me.

  8. I love the idea of a salad bar. My concern is it won’t be everywhere or it will never be replenished.

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