Mexican restaurant opened in Final Approach waiting facility at Denver International

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Denver International Airport in Colorado has opened a new Mexican restaurant in its Final Approach waiting lot facility, providing the friends and family of arriving passengers with more dining options while waiting for their loved ones.

Tia’s offers authentic Mexican-style fare that includes both breakfast and dinner menus. Breakfast is served from 6:00am to 10:00am daily, with the restaurant closing at 10:00pm.

Tia’s will be operated by New Mexico-based restaurateur Fresquez Companies and will serve a regionally inspired menu including breakfast burritos and bowls, freshly-made burritos, salads, tacos, nachos and quesadillas. Dishes can be customized with green or red chili queso, chips and guacamole, or smothered in red, green or Christmas chili. Dessert options include churros and sopaipilla fries.

Mookie Patel, senior vice president for commercial properties and airline affairs, Denver Airport, said, “Since opening in 2013, Final Approach has become a favorite place for people to wait for arriving passengers, offering free wi-fi, flight information boards and a great lineup of dining options.”

Final Approach provides customers with a total of 253 parking spaces, indoor restrooms, a children’s seating area with iPads and three other dining choices including Subway, zpizza and a 24-hour Dunkin’ Donuts.

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