Review: Timberline Steaks and Grille

Introduction: Quick Run to Denver
Review: United Airlines (ERJ-175) First Class Oklahoma City to Denver
Review:  Hotel Indigo Denver
Review:  Hearth & Dram
Review:  Denver Christmas Market
Review:  Pig & Sprout
Review: Timberline Steaks and Grille
Review:  United Airlines (CRJ-700) First Class Denver to Oklahoma City

I arrived at the airport at 1:08 p.m. for a 2:45 p.m. flight. I checked a bag and was through security in 4 minutes. After a short walk, I caught the train to Terminal C so that I could visit Timberline Steaks and Grille.

Timberline Steaks and Grille


Timberline is located at the top of the escalator on the right.Timberline Steaks and Grille is a Priority Pass restaurant.  I has access due to my American Express Platinum card.  Priority Pass members get a $28 credit to their final bill.

I approached the hostess stand, where I was told that there was no wait to enter the restaurant.  The restaurant had a decent amount of seating. There was a smoking lounge on the on the other side of the main seating area.

Timberline seating
Timberline seating. The smoking area is on the other side of this wall.

The bar was packed, which is typical for an airport bar. The bar had a wide range of beer, wines, and spirits.

Timberline beer
Timberline spirits

I was not hungry since I had eaten at The Pig & Sprout before coming to the airport. I really wanted to see how the $28 credit would be applied, so I ordered drinks. First was a gin and tonic…


…then a Citra Pale Ale. The Citra was a really good beer so I decided to have another.


The best feature of the restaurant was the opportunity to geek out plane spotting.  The mountains in the distance provided a great backdrop.


Final Word

My final bill was $27.80 so my entire visit was ‘free’.  I enjoyed my short time at Timberline Steaks and Grille.  I will be sure to order food next time for the complete experience.

Timberline Christmas Tree



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