On a recent flight out of Denver International Airport (DEN), I stopped by the Timberline Steaks & Grille, which Priority Pass Select (with Chase) uses as their “lounge” within D.I.A. They offer a food credit with very minor restrictions.
The deal is sweet for Priority Pass Select (with Chase, not Amex for this food credit). Each person, you and up to two guests, receive $28 food credit for each person. You must dine-in though, sitting at the bar is fine, and could potentially speed up service if in a hurry.
Keep in mind that Denver International Airport is easy to navigate with its tram between one of three possible concourses: A, B, and C. So no matter which gate you’re flight is in, you’ll be able to stop by the Timberline Grille at Concourse C. Just allow for 20 minutes to get back to your gate.
Timberline Steaks & Grille at Denver International Airport, Colorado
Timberline Steaks & Grill is located in Concourse C. Once you come back up from the underground tram, you’ll notice the steakhouse in the center core circle.
The sports bar type steakhouse atmosphere provides a nice, possibly busy, respite in a busy airport. All you have to do is get your Priority Pass validated at the door before you sit down (bar is okay), and then present that with your bill.
You get to choose from anything on the menu, except a dessert restriction and dine-in only, and it’s taken from $28 per person, up to 3 people.
- Fare: American Breakfast Kosher
- Type: Full Bar, Table Service, Wine & Beer, More than $20
- Hours: Daily, 6 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.
- Location: C Gates Center Core
- Phone: 303-342-6670
- Priority Pass Website: prioritypass.com/…
Food at Timberline Grille
The food here is delicious with USDA Prime beef, all natural chicken, buffalo burgers and over 40 beers. Sit at a booth or the bar, once scanning your P.P. card at the card.
I ordered the Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich with a side of clam chowder. It was delicious! Definitely put this on your pre-trip itinerary if you are flying out of Denver and have a Priority Pass.
In the United States, it’s standard to 20% with your meal, even if it comes out to free.