Denver International Airport
In addition to its excellent Beastie Boys/Jimmy Smith name drop, Root Down is the airport ideal of Colorado's farm-fresh restaurant philosophy of offering a little bit of everything, from ramen to pozole, burgers to broccoli salad. There are pork buns, duck wings, lamb sliders, Colorado beers, and curry-spiked vegan options for days. But the coup de gras might be the Traveler's Bento Box, which for around $25 (remember, you're at the airport) gets you a protein -- country-fried tofu, flatiron steak, salmon, or chicken breast -- rice, salad, and a fortune cookie.
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