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Last December, while on a mileage run to Denver, I visited a Priority Pass restaurant for the first time. That restaurant, Timberline Steaks and Grille was located in Terminal C at Denver International Airport. Priority Pass members received a $28 credit on food and drinks. I did not eat but I enjoyed a few drinks during my short stay at the restaurant.
A couple of months after my review, I wrote a post detailing how Timberline would be closing. The post detailed the reasoning for the closure of Timberline and some other stores. I speculated that the closure would make way for the yet to be completed American Express Centurion Lounge. I received an email the following week from a public relations firm stating that Timberline would not be closing. I did not know what to think of that e-mail. Was Timberline trying to save face? Was there inaccurate reporting on the closure?
I am in the process of planning some trips in the future and one has me routing through Denver. Naturally, I checked my Priority Pass app to see if any lounges or restaurants are available. The one and only Priority Pass restaurant opened at Denver International Airport is…Timberline Steaks and Grille.
I do not know what to make of this, except that for the time being, Timberline is still open. I am glad, as it gives guests at least one Priority Pass option at the airport. If you are in Denver and have Priority Pass access, please enjoy the $28 credit at this restaurant.