Dining and shopping outlets opened at Denver International

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Denver International Airport in Colorado has opened a new Modmarket restaurant and eSavvy electronic retail store in a bid to improve the retail experience for passengers at the airport.

Concessionaire Paradies – Taste 5280 has opened the new eSavvy technology outlet as part of the Concourse C expansion program. The store will stock a wide range of goods including iPad Air, iPad Retina, iPad Mini, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iPod and Apple accessories thanks to a partnership with Simply Mac.

Neil Maxfield, senior vice president of concessions at Denver Airport, said, “Travelers and employees now have another first class option to shop for technology at Denver International Airport. Technology plays a vital role in our day-to-day lives, and we are glad eSavvy will be able to provide retail support for those on the go.”

The new 900ft2 Modmarket restaurant is located in the center of the B Concourse and offers a seasonally changing menu including pizzas, salads, soups, toasted sandwiches, breakfast dishes and several vegetarian options. A second Modmarket store is set to open in the C Concourse this spring.

Anthony Pigliacampo, co-founder of Modmarket, said, “We are very proud to offer airport travelers a healthy, fresh and fast meal option that will keep them fueled throughout their journey. Modmarket’s real food focus provides a simple, delicious, chef-driven menu that travelers the world over will enjoy and seek out each time they fly through Denver International Airport.”

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