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The Denver Central Market Migrates to DIA

The airport will soon get a version of the market

Adam Larkey

In 2018, DIA will get an abbreviated version of The Denver Central Market under its roof, courtesy of Delaware North, a large privately held hospitality and food service company that operates in 33 airports worldwide. While the coffee shop, ice cream stand, or bakery will not be part of the offerings, this is a big upgrade for travelers flying to and from the Mile High City.

Vero Italian (a pizzeria from chef Andrea Frizzi, known for Il Posto), Culture Meat & Cheese (an artisanal meat and cheese shop created by Justin Brunson of Old Major and Masterpiece Deli/Kitchen), SK Provisions (a rotisserie-driven place from chef Sean Kelly), and Curio (a cocktail bar, which will also offer a selection of fresh, locally made products including chocolates, jerky and more) will find their own iteration at DIA. The market’s airport outpost bring a twist: Osaka Sushi, from chef Jeff Osaka who also owns Osaka Ramen and Sushi Rama along with business partner Ken Wolf.

The market, which will showcase local artists with graffiti artwork from Denver’s RiNo District, will also feature three different service styles to meet the needs of all travelers. Guests can order from a concourse-facing kiosk, from the counter at each individual for quick pick-up, or from tabletop tablets utilizing concierge service to expedite orders to their seat.

Osaka Ramen

2611 Walnut Street, , CO 80205 (303) 955-7938 Visit Website

Curio

775 Valencia Street, , CA 94110 (415) 551-7306 Visit Website

Old Major

3316 Tejon Street, , CO 80211 (720) 420-0622 Visit Website

Vero Italian

2669 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205 Visit Website

Il Posto

2601 Larimer Street, , CO 80205 (303) 394-0100 Visit Website

The Denver Central Market

2669 Larimer Street, , CO 80205 Visit Website

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