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March 22, 2014

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 Fly & dine: Airport restaurants have gone haute

With two kids and a husband in tow, Jenn Lane had arrived early at Denver International Airport for a flight to New Jersey. Then she learned takeoff would be delayed three hours. In the past, her dining options would have been limited to a fast-food chain or expensive “bar food” like nachos or greasy chicken wings. But Lane had done her homework. She knew that Root Down, one of her neighborhood’s most popular restaurants, was opening a new location in Terminal C. “It’s nearly impossible to get a table at the one near our home, but we’d eaten there and knew the food was great,” she says. “I said, ‘Let’s see if Root Down is open.’