Posted by William Charles on September 7, 2017
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Published on September 7th, 2017 | by William Charles

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Priority Pass Adds Timberline Steaks & Grille To Denver (DEN)

Priority Pass has added another airport restaurant to their network of airport lounges, you can now get US$28 off the bill per person (e.g if you’re the primary cardholder and you bring one guest then you’ll get $56 off the bill) at the timberline steaks & grille at Denver International airport (Concourse C). The lounge is open 6-22 Sunday – Friday and 6-21 on Saturday. Lunch & Dinner menu can be found here, they also serve breakfast but I haven’t been able to locate that menu. Seems like $28 will cover most things on the menu apart from some of the more expensive steaks.

[Read: Credit Cards That Offer Priority Pass Memberships Compared – What Are The Differences?]

 

It’s nice to see priority pass adding these restaurant options, especially in locates where they have little to no lounge presence. Priority Pass has been adding more and more of these airport restaurants in recent times. For example:

One thing a lot of people mentioned is that there is limited seating here and service/food coming out is slow (e.g allow for an hour+ for your order to go through and food to arrive). The $28 also can’t be used for gratuities. You can also get free draft beer with Yelp check in.

Hat tip to One Mile At A Time



35 Responses to Priority Pass Adds Timberline Steaks & Grille To Denver (DEN)

  1. AB says:

    Does the Priority Pass Select that comes with HH Surpass qualify for this benefit?

  2. Josh says:

    Man, that would have been amazing had my flight to SFO through DEN held up. Would have had a 9hr connection, used a United Club pass and could have ate dinner at the steakhouse since those United Clubs don’t have hot food.

  3. Aaron says:

    Conveniently, I flew through DEN yesterday and took advantage of this.

    As you can see reflected in many of its reviews: the food was underwhelming and the service was inattentive. Seating options weren’t great, and they didn’t offer us a table, only the bar or the window.

    That said, we got two entrees (a steak and a burger) plus a dessert for free. As I mentioned, for an airport restaurant, it was slow – it took us a little over an hour total, and the waitress disappeared for quite a while after she brought us our food. With how slow they were, we got the dessert to go and took it to the Admirals Club to eat.

  4. Justin says:

    Yes. This just increased the value of my priority pass threefold.

  5. Dario says:

    This is perfect for me as we live in Denver.

    Question though…
    I have the Citi Prestige card and my wife has the Chase Reserve card. Can we both use our access and also claim the other as our guest? In other words, get double the value?
    Additional question… Does our 1 year old count as a guest and can he get $28 worth of food as well? Also double dip as guest of my card and guest of my wife’s?

    • Jey says:

      Good idea but it is obvious that the number of vouchers used shouldn’t exceed the number of guests at the table…

    • RightNYer says:

      Greed is not good. Don’t be a tool.

      • Dario says:

        Just a question. Doubt we would take full advantage like that as we’re actually all vegetarian in our family haha! Unless we wanted 10 appetizers and 10 sandwiches…

    • TimmyD says:

      That seems very unlikely that you would get more than $28 per person just because you have two memberships. But I also live in Denver and have a toddler, so the question about whether he gets $28 also is more intriguing. Seems like a situation that might involve discretion by the current server or manager

    • In a single seating I’d say it’s unlikely but most likely up to the server. You could also probably dine and then come back later and it would work if you had a long layover?

      • Aaron says:

        There was actually someone who wasn’t our server that swiped the card shortly after we ordered. I’m not sure the individual server would have discretion here, and it’s hard to see how you’d be able to swipe multiple cards in this process.

  6. SixGod says:

    Just came back from DEN last weekend, noticed this one but not got a chance to try.

  7. Mike L says:

    I’ll bet they’re going to see a lot more abuse now. A lot of people won’t bother buying refundable tickets to enjoy the flimsy celery sticks in the lounge, but a family of 4 can now get a free steak dinner worth over $110 with every visit to the airport.

  8. E says:

    According to Yelp, you can get a free, room-temp draft beer with Yelp check-in:
    https://www.yelp.com/biz/timberline-steaks-and-grille-denver-2

    Also, the Denver airport website has a slightly different menu, albeit without prices:
    https://www.flydenver.com/sites/default/files/menus/Timberline.pdf

    Apparently, the US$28 allowance doesn’t include gratuity:
    https://www.prioritypass.com/en/Lounges/North-America/USA/Denver/Denver-CO-International/DEN6D-Timberline-Steaks–Grille

  9. scott says:

    wow, this is quite interesting. Wife & I just flew through Denver (&COS)…. will “slow it down” a little bit next time. Thanks for the news.

  10. Rand says:

    So is it only eligible on Friday and Saturday? The website shows the restaurant as being open daily.

  11. trey says:

    My family took advantage of this last Sunday afternoon. Waitress said my wife, 5 year old, and me could each get a $28 credit from just one priority pass membership. Service was slow and it was fairly crowded, but nothing to complain about considering it was an airport and the entire bill was $0. We ordered some extra slices of cheese cake for the plan ride home.

  12. John says:

    The Priority Pass site says it’s available only international departures. Is this enforced?

  13. Charles says:

    FYI. Following the Automation instructions: After you click “New Applet” . You have to click “If + This Then That”

    While I seem to think I’m reasonably Tech Savvy, the Banner “Partner with IFTTT” seemed like the only thing to click on.

  14. David says:

    Just ate there with my wife tonight. I should’ve read the comments here instead of OMAAT. I ignorantly assumed I could swipe my CSR unlimited guests to cover whatever we wanted but you can only get $28 per actual person there. So we ended up with a bill of $15 + tip for 2 Ribeyes and a cheesecake. Food was great, service was very inattentive, forgetful, and slow. Makes you almost happy bc you don’t owe a 20% tip due to the bad service. Left 10% of original check.

  15. Brian says:

    I used this perk yesterday. It’s pretty sweet! I got the elk which was $29 + $2 tax so after my $28 discount I owed $3 plus gratuity. The meal was tasty, and the service was quick and excellent (contrary to other’s reports). I was in and out in about 40 minutes. This was on a Saturday evening when the place was 2/3 to 3/4 full.

    Let your server know you’ll be using Priority Pass when he comes to greet you. They’ll run your card at the end of your meal and then bring you a check for any remainder.

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