Mesa Verde provides a pit stop for travelers passing through DIA

Categories: The Dish

Mark Manger
In the course of my professional life, I've spent way more time than any human should roaming the concourses and terminal of Denver International Airport.

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Brandon Aho posts up at the bar
I've consumed meal upon mediocre meal from grab-and-go spots all over DIA. I've drunk myself silly in more than one of the overpriced bars.

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Lou Lou Haines gets ready for flight.
And at some point during the course of those trips, I happened upon the smoking lounge in Concourse A, rolling my little suitcase to a table on the non-smoking, faux patio at Mesa Verde Grill.

Mark Manger
Sabana de Pollo
There, while killing time before a flight, I ate my way through the Tex-Mex menu, sampling burgers, barbecue and green chile, all washed down with a couple of margaritas.
Mark Manger
Cliff Palace Nachos

Was it good? Or did it cause me inflight indigestion? Find out tomorrow, when the review is posted here, along with a slide show. And keep checking Cafe Society, where we'll spill a series of tips on eating and drinking in the airport during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.

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