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Best Restaurant to go to in Denver Airport Food+Brew

Discussion in 'US - Mountain' started by TIMMYJ21, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. TIMMYJ21

    TIMMYJ21 Aficionado (210) Minnesota Apr 29, 2010

    Hey all I've got a 2 hour 40 min layover at the airport,need help on what place would be the best spot to grab food and some decent brew.
     
  2. Domingo

    Domingo Champion (945) Colorado Apr 23, 2005

    There's a New Belgium restaurant/bar waaaaay down terminal B that's solid, if not a little out of the way.
    The Denver Chophouse has a location in Terminal A.
    Rock Bottom is in Terminal C.
    Within the main terminal itself are the Boulder Beer Taphouse (which carries some Avery stuff, too) and Red Rocks BBQ. Both have pretty good taps.
    I'd say you'll be okay with any of those, just go with whatever you're feeling at the time and whatever is closest.
     
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  3. drumrboy22

    drumrboy22 Savant (470) Colorado Jul 22, 2005

    Like Domingo said, there's a bunch of places with decent beers on tap at the airport. In addition to what was mentioned, the Timberline grill on the C Concourse has some decent taps as well. Avery, Great Divide and I've seen Stone in there from time to time. Lefty's, also on C, has Boulder, Avery, Sam Adams and a few others.

    I work at the airport and have had a few meetings at the Rock Bottom. Their food is pretty solid.

    Hope that helps.
     
  4. TIMMYJ21

    TIMMYJ21 Aficionado (210) Minnesota Apr 29, 2010

    I seen they have New Belgium place there, do they have a good selection, and how is the food?
     
  5. akbeerfiend

    akbeerfiend Aficionado (110) Alaska May 14, 2009

    Selection was pretty good for an airport bar, ranger,1554, sunshine, fat tire, blue paddle, hoptoberfest, trippel and abbey. I had the onion soup which was delicious as well as some sort of black saison that was pretty heavily spiced. Damn good experience for an airport.
     
  6. BuckTuckian

    BuckTuckian Advocate (565) Kentucky Dec 19, 2012

    Do any of these places do growler fills?
     
  7. No.
     
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  8. elNopalero

    elNopalero Advocate (675) Texas Oct 14, 2009

    ...and apparently everything closes by 10. If not earlier. Lot of good my epic layover is doing me!
     

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