Denver airport restaurants make Food & Wines top 10 U.S. airports with best food

Denver International Airport was recognized as “editor’s choice” in Food & Wine Magazine’s list of the 10 Best U.S. Airports for Food, as voted on by the magazine’s readers.

“Given that the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen has been around for 40 years, F&W editors are intimately acquainted with the Denver International Airport,” editors said in a story published this month. “Even when there are delays (and there are delays), the airport’s dining outlets offer everything you could want from a travel-day meal, whether you need to cry over a burrito at Cantina Grill, grab some jerky from a stand-alone kiosk or reward yourself with a treat from Voodoo Doughnut.”

The rankings are part of the magazine’s Global Tastemakers Awards.

“Readers voted based on travel completed within the past three years, on categories including restaurants and bars, cities, hotels, airports, airlines and cruises,” according to the story.

San Francisco International Airport landed the top spot.

“It doesn’t matter when you’re passing through; you’ll be able to find something to eat that rivals any meal outside of airport walls,” the article said.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport came in at No. 2, and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was ranked third.


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