It adds wine to the mix with standard burgers and fries.
On the B Concourse mezzanine, the new location is the cult favorite franchise’s sixth location in the Denver area. Marketing 100% all-natural Angus beef patties, crinkle-cut fries, craft beer, and frozen custards, the company first landed in the Mile High City in 2018. A location in the city’s River North Arts District, or Rino.
Now it has joined other highly demanded brands like Snooze an AM Restaurant Trendy dining focuses on the passenger side of security at DIA, on the B Concourse mezzanine.
According to a news release, the chain, which is now competing for diners in Colorado with the likes of fast-growing West Coast favorite In-N-Out Burger, is appealing to international and domestic travelers alike with its debut concept. Will try to woo The menu includes a whiskey-spiked shake and a specialty margarita.
Jane Winchester, who co-ops the airport Shake Shack through her company JAF Concessions, told the full-service bar on Wednesday when she arrived by the Denver Post. JAF is bringing another cult favorite, the Voodoo Donut, to DIA later this year.
“It was so incredible to see all the happy faces at Shake Shack when we opened yesterday,” Winchester said in an email.
Shake Shack at DIA will be open daily from 11am to 7pm. Airport officials say the restaurant will employ 60 people.