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DENVER — Denver International Airport is continuing to expand its cuisine and shopping.

The airport soon will welcome more than a dozen new shops and restaurants, many of them local.

The Denver City Council and Mayor Michael Hancock recently approved new contracts that will bring 17 new shops and restaurants to the airport. They include:

  • Three new Starbucks, located on Concourses A, B and C
  • Three new Dazbog coffees, located on Concourses A, B and C
  • Larimer Street Market (travel convenience retail store) on Concourse B
  • RiNo District Market (travel convenience retail store) on Concourse C
  • Three new Sky Market locations (travel convenience retail stores) on Concourses B and C
  • Denver Central Market on Concourse A, including:
    • Vero Italian
    • SK Provisions
    • Curio
    • Izzio Artisan Bakery
    • Sushi-Rama
    • Crema Bodega
    • Culture Meat Cheese
  • New Belgium Brewing Sports Bar on Concourse B
  • Brothers BBQ on Concourse A
  • Snarf’s on Concourse A
  • CNBC on Concourse A
  • Breckenridge Brewery on Concourse A

Each of the new locations are expected to open in about a year.

Other locations under construction include Tivoli Brewery & Tom’s Urban Kitchen at the Westin Denver International Airport, and two Smashburger and Bar on Concourses B and C.

“With a record 58.3 million passengers last year, Denver International Airport continues to see substantial growth that is driving an increased demand for exceptional shopping and dining options,” said Patrick Heck, DIA’s chief commercial officer.

“The addition of these concessions won’t just add much needed capacity to serve passengers, but they will thoughtfully add a variety of local Colorado flavors and national brands to our growing lineup.”

DIA operates 77 restaurants, 43 shops, and 45 cart and kiosk locations. In 2016, restaurants, stores and other services generated nearly $370.5 million in sales.