A signature Union Station restaurant, Mercantile Eating & Provision, has debuted its first outpost, situated at Denver Worldwide Airport.
Mercantile opened on August 10 on the heart of the A concourse, close to Denver Chophouse.
The New American eatery is chef Alex Seidel’s second restaurant idea, following the success of his first, Fruition, in Denver. And it’s this idea that received Seidel the James Beard Basis Award for Finest Chef of America’s Southwest in 2018.
The format of each the unique Union Station Mercantile and the brand new airport location features a market with grab-and-go objects, a espresso bar and pastry counter and a sit-down restaurant serving farm-to-table plates alongside a curated record of wines, beers and cocktails.
Menu objects vary from a Dutch child pancake for breakfast ($14.99) to a wagyu pastrami sandwich for lunch ($24.99) and pan-seared halibut for dinner ($32.99). Soups, salads, small plates and a handful of sandwiches and entrees are all obtainable.
Flyers departing from the A gates will discover Mercantile open from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. day by day, with breakfast served till 11 a.m.
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