Coming to a Concourse Near You

Photo By Arina p habich

10 new restaurants will be tempting travelers at Denver International Airport in the coming months. 
Concourse C restaurants are planned to open in May including:

1.) ChoLon Modern Asian
Interpretations of traditional dishes found across the Far East, combined with slight nods to acclaimed chef and founder Lon Symensma’s classical European training, for an upscale dine-in experience.

2.) Marczyk Fine Foods
A family-operated specialty grocer offering freshly baked breads, scratch-made ice cream, soups, chicken pot pies, chili con carne, lasagnas and more, for dine-in or takeaway.

3.) Teatulia Tea & Coffee Bar

A female-owned business focused on creating a regenerative and self-sustaining community,
offering organic teas, local coffee and handcrafted food, with onsite seating.

Concourse A’s two restaurant sections are slated to open in late June. 
Center Marketplace eats will include:

4.) Williams & Graham
The world’s first airport speakeasy, offering an original menu encompassing classic cocktails
that have stood the test of time. 

5.) Tocabe
A nationally acclaimed American Indian eatery offering a variety of grab-and-go Indian fry-bread tacos, plates, posu bowls, bison ribs and more, created with native ingredients and recipes. 

6.) The Bagel Deli & Restaurant
The oldest continuously operating deli in Denver, serving a large selection of bagels, schmears and breakfast entrees, as well as a variety of soups, sandwiches and baked goods for grab-and-go.

7.) D Bar 
A dessert spot, plus global cuisine for grab-and-go brunch, lunch and dinner, created by local celebrity chef and Food Network television personality Keegan Gerhard.

In West Marketplace, you’ll find: 

8.) Maria Empanada
A true “casa de empanadas,” serving all-day artisan empanadas and other specialties. 

9.) Uncle
Serving steamed buns, ramen and bowls for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as beer, wine and cocktails by James Beard Award–nominated Chinese American chef Tommy Lee. 

10.) The Bindery
Offering a selection of artisanal foods, handcrafted and nurtured with great care, featuring ingredients responsibly sourced from a network of local farmers and purveyors for breakfast, lunch and
dinner, as well as a curated wine list and craft cocktail selections.  

The Heat is On

Greenwood Village’s

Spice Trade Brewery + Kitchen recently launched its new Taste of Asia menu with small plates
such as boa buns, yakisoba noodles, green curry mussels and more. Or take advantage of the prix fixe pairing menu for a four-course pairing experience.
8775 E. Orchard Rd.
Suite 811
Greenwood Village 720.710.9508


Photo courtesy of Great Divide Brewing & roadhouse 

Yeti Spotting

Great Divide Brewery & Roadhouse comes to Lone Tree and is set to be open any day (as of press time) on the ground floor of the Charles Schwab conference center. Great Divide is Denver’s oldest and largest packaging brewery and one of the most decorated breweries in America. Keep your eyes peeled for the lurking yeti, and lumber over for happy hour apps, classic cocktails and more brews than you can shake a club at. 

9878 Schwab Way #240, Lone Tree,