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Session Kitchen

This is a gastropub for the masses. This 290-seat dining room offers an innovative "East-meets-West" vibe. The menu is decorated with fresh, light, and farm-intensive dishes. 

Root Down DIA

Globally inspired cuisine for an international airport. Dine there morning, noon, or night; but if it's breakfast you're after—elect for the fried egg BLT. It's made with local Tender Belly bacon and served with home fries. Pair it with the blood orange mimosa. 

Elway's (DIA)

Dining at DIA? Forget compromise—upscale steakhouse fare awaits. Order from the same menu you'd find at Elway's other locations. Early bird travelers can reap the benefits of a take-out breakfast menu with dishes like beef hash, chicken-fried steak burrito, omelets and even housemade granola. 

Bru Handbuilt Ales & Eats

The menu offers diverse selections like Southern-style fried chicken with honey-chili glaze and a soba noodle bowl. Eats are paired with brewer Ian Clark's unfiltered, hoppy creations.

Pizza Republica

This Italian fare is made from scratch. Try a Neapolitan pizza or the stuffed shells. Also try the Greenwood Village location.

Jezebel's Southern Bistro + Bar

Traditional soul food: fried pickles, Southern barbecue, smoked trout, buttermilk fried chicken, and more gluten-free options available.

 

Epernay Lounge

This contemporary fusion restaurant features a range of cooking techniques—from raw/sushi to sous vide—and influences—Asian to French. Enjoy gastronomic marvels such as a vanilla sous vide lobster tail or tea-smoked duck breast. 

 

Old Major

Go for bistro-style, seasonal dining with an emphasis on heritage-raised meat, sustainable seafood, and darn good wine. If you're a steak aficionado, try the 24-ounce, bone-in rib-eye with foie gras butter. Also snack from a seasonally tailored happy hour menu with prices ranging from $2 to $7.

 

Restaurant Fourteen Seventy-Two

A low-country menu serving up traditional chicken and waffles. Try other Deep South favorites such as shrimp and grits, barbecued ribs, and seafood boil, which brings together crawfish, clams, mussels, crab, and Andouille sausage in one pot. 

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