I have been a devoted SWA customer for over 25 years and recently experienced a layover in the Nashville airport in Terminal D. It looked new but my wife and I were expecting to eat our lunch there. The only options were a coffee bar with over-priced salads, a craft brewer stand and a large space with cold, overpriced sandwiches dispensed out of machines. And then there was a major lack of seating for the number of people looking to eat. Terminal looked new but the food choices available absolutely sucked. Will try to avoid layovers at BNA in the future. Of course had my original direct flight not been changed to 2 legs by SWA it would never have been an issue.
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