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2019 Update: Timberline is no longer part of the Priority Pass network :(
Timberline Steaks & Grille at the Denver International Airport was recently added to the Priority Pass restaurant network, so we had to visit on our recent trip.
About Timberline Steaks & Grille
Timberline Steaks & Grille is located after security in Concourse C near the center core on the left. Seating is limited, and you may be turned away at certain times if the restaurant is busy.
The restaurant offers a wide range of soups, salads, burgers, and steaks. Check out their full menu here.
Hours of operation:
06:00 - 22:00 Sunday - Friday
06:00 – 21:00 Saturday
Bonus: Check-in with Yelp and get a free beer.
How It Works
Be sure to let your server know when you sit down that you're using a Priority Pass card. A manager will come to your table with the Priority Pass card reader and swipe your card. You'll receive $28 off the bill per person. For example, if you visit with one guest, you'll receive a total of $56 off the bill.
$28 will cover a decent meal, plus drinks. Steaks are a few more dollars, but I'm fine with paying a few bucks for a good quality steak! The $28 cannot be used for gratuities.
Pro-tip: You can use your Priority Pass at the restaurant once every two hours.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Below are images of the breakfast menu:
We visited during the afternoon and enjoyed a nice 12 oz ribeye steak. View the full lunch and dinner menu here.
The steak was well marbled, full of flavor, and came with two sides. Retail price: $30.
The steaks exceeded our expectations for airport food. It was cooked perfectly with a crust and topped with garlic butter.
Our final total, not including gratuity, was $8.16 for two ribeye steaks! The Priority Pass discount was done in an odd way (-$4 + -$24), but the discount tallied up to $56 off the total bill.
As luck would have it, our flight was delayed by 25 minutes so we headed back to Timberline Steaks & Grille to enjoy a drink. Below are images of their dessert and bar menu.
We didn't use the whole $56 credit, so the bill came out as an overpayment of $18.84. Again, gratuity is NOT included, so be sure to leave a tip!
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