3 Great Ways to Dine at Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport’s dining options are getting a facelift with new restaurants opening, including some award winners to elevate your traveling tummy.

Maria Empanada empanadas
Photo courtesy of Maria Empanada.

1Dine In

Taste the flavors of the world before you even board your flight, starting with ChoLon Modern Asian, opening in May, offering French and Far Eastern fusion dishes like the iconic french onion soup dumplings. Beginning in August, enjoy local favorite international eateries: Latin-inspired Señor Bear; Bar Dough or The Bindery for Italian staples; and Japanese ramen at Uncle. Savor the Americas in September with the opening of Tocabe: An American Indian Eatery and D Bar’s upscale comfort food and desserts.

2Drink Up

DEN is elevating your travel experience one sip at a time with three new beverage options. Teatulia Tea & Coffee Bar, debuting in May, will offer a tranquil respite with its aromatic brews. For the coffee connoisseurs, Aviano Coffee, opening in August, promises an exquisite selection of artisanal blends. Seeking a different kind of pick-me-up? Look forward to the unveiling of Williams & Graham in September, an opulent speakeasy reminiscent of the roaring ’20s where you can savor craft cocktails in a sophisticated lounge ambiance.

3Grab & Go

Fuel up on the fly with DEN’s latest and tastiest grab-and-go options that will make you the envy of fellow plane passengers when you pull a treat out of your bag. Marczyk Fine Foods, opening in May, will be set up as a walk-through deli offering sandwiches and salads. Opening in August, Maria Empanada will offer authentic Argentinian empanadas, a perfect handheld snack for travelers that’s packed with nutritious flavor. Or, grab homemade Jewish soul food at The Bagel Deli & Restaurant, opening in September.