A few days ago, I wrote about the pending closure of Timberline Steaks and Grille located in Denver International Airport. The closure was verified by Denver International’s Airport spokesman, Heath Montgomery. I received the following email from the Public Relations firm that represents the Collinson Group (Priority Pass is a part of the Collinson Group).
We saw your recent article about the closure of the smoking lounge at Denver airport and wanted to clarify that although the smoking lounge has closed, we’ve had confirmation from the restaurant itself that Timberline Steaks & Grille remains open.
Priority Pass cardholders can continue using their entitlement at the restaurant to receive $28 off their bill for them and a guest (up to $56). Full details are available on our website: https://www.prioritypass.com/en/Lounges/North-America/USA/Denver/Denver-CO-International/DEN6D-Timberline-Steaks–Grille
We’re constantly looking at ways to further enhance the experiences of our members airside by adding exciting new partnerships.
Would you be able to update your article accordingly?
I wrote my in initial post to let my readers know about the impending closure. While I can appreciate that the Public Relations company reached out to me, this information needs to make it to the airport spokesman. In my other post, I wrote that the smoking lounge would be closing on February 28, 2018 and that Timberline Steaks and Grille, along with Einstein Bagels, would close as well (no specific date was given).
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