This article was published in the Paradies Lagardère newsletter sent out on August 31, 2017

Local sandwich and barbecue restaurants, popular brewery, coming to the airport

Paradies Lagardère, the travel retail and restaurateur leader in North America, was awarded a food and beverage package at Denver International Airport (DEN). Brothers BBQ, Snarf’s Sandwiches and Breckenridge Brewery will open in A Concourse. As part of the upcoming expansion of the A Concourse, DEN is currently constructing six new temporary gates on the east end of the concourse, expected to open by the end of this year, to accommodate airline growth. These restaurants will primarily serve the area.

After careful consideration of the needs of DEN and its travelers, Paradies Lagardère created a winning bid that not only addresses the airport’s specific objectives and goals for this concourse expansion, but also creates a high-quality dining experience for travelers, while offering a “taste” of the city.

Snarf’s Sandwiches, founded by Jimmy “Snarf” Seidel, has been serving Colorado their delicious, award-winning sandwiches since 1996. DEN travelers will find “snarfalicious” meal options made with the finest ingredients including Jimmy’s signature, oven-toasted bread, premium meats and cheeses, and fresh chopped veggies. Snarf’s also will offer a selection of salads and soups, along with gluten-free and vegetarian options. Those catching early morning flights will also be able to enjoy a variety of oven-toasted breakfast sandwiches, along with oatmeal and fruit bowls.

Brother’s BBQ IS Denver’s BBQ. With more than 20 years in the Denver market, Brother’s is considered a local legend to barbecue. Serving several local markets across the Denver Metro area, Brother’s has been affectionately adopted by their fans as “Denver’s BBQ.” Chris and Nick O’Sullivan – two local brothers who changed the face of barbecue in Denver – will now introduce their special brand to travelers around the globe at DEN. With a menu designed to appeal to barbecue lovers with a variety of tastes and appetites, DEN travelers will be able to select slow-smoked meats such as the Chopped Beef Brisket and the Pork Ribs, and round out their meal with a variety of sides such as the Brothers BBQ Beans and potato salad. Breakfast will be available, offering delicious Pulled Pork Breakfast Tacos with scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese, and steel cut oatmeal.

The food, beer, and craft cocktails at Breckenridge Brewery offer travelers a true taste of the state. Its Colorado-made beers, such as Vanilla Porter and Avalanche Amber Ale, will be available. A selection of breakfast, lunch and dinner options include favorites from the Farm House at Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton where the focus is on fresh, locally inspired dishes. Through the menu and ambiance planned for the space on A Concourse, the brewery is exporting the hospitality and comfort of its Farm House to DEN.