New Pho Restaurant Opens at Denver International Airport
Travelers will have a new place to eat when passing through Denver International Airport (DEN).
City Pho is now open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in DEN's Concourse B Mezzanine. According to a Facebook post from DEN, the restaurant offers traditional Vietnamese cuisine, including pho, banh mi, and vermicelli noodle bowls.
Guests can also enjoy sharable items like steamed chicken dumplings, spring rolls, spicy roasted edamame, and veggie egg rolls.
Those with a sweet tooth can snack on mochi, a Japanese rice cake that is often filled with ice cream.
The Concourse B Mezzanine is also home to City Wok, Qdoba Mexican Eats, Aviator's Sports Bar & Bar-B-Que, Wolfgang Puck, Cantina Grill, Lounge 5280 Wine Bar, Jamba Juice, and Caribou Coffee.
Prior to opening the new restaurant, DEN debuted four new gates in Concourse B-West in November. By 2022, the company plans to open 39 new gates for both United and Southwest across all three of its concourses.
"We look forward to sharing our improvements and successes throughout the year and to serving more passengers as, together, we recover from this pandemic," said Kim Day, CEO of DEN, in a February press release. "We're ready when you're ready to return to the skies!"
The airport is one of 19 in Colorado.
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