Updated list of Priority Pass restaurants in U.S.

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INSIDER SECRET: Many of the best credit cards with airport lounge access come with a Priority Pass Select membership that allows you to bring two guests for free into airport lounges, which is a perk that even the most expensive ($429) paid Priority Pass membership doesn’t have.

One of the best perks of Priority Pass is that you can use it in restaurants associated with a lounge. Bambuza at Seattle-Tacoma airport was recently added to the list of U.S. restaurants in the Priority Pass network. Below is the full list.

If you have a Priority Pass membership associated with an Amex card you won’t have access to Priority Pass restaurants. So you’ll need a membership from a card like these:

  •  Chase Sapphire Reserve®
  • U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite Card (four free entries per year for you and one guest)
  • Citi Prestige® Card

Bambuza is located in Seattle-Tacoma’s North Satellite on the concourse level. It is open from 4:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily.

With your Priority Pass membership and a valid same-day boarding pass, you’re entitled to $28 worth of food and drinks, but the credit won’t cover the tip and it doesn’t apply to to-go or “grab-and-go” orders. Also, you can get the credit for one additional guest (in addition to the cardholder), which means you can get up to $56 off your bill.

All Priority Pass airport lounge restaurants in the U.S.

Boston (BOS)

  • Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar & Grill
  • Stephanie’s

Cleveland (CLE)

  • Bar Symon at Cleveland Airport

Denver (DEN)

  • Timberline Steaks & Grille (Lounge currently not available, not sure if it’s temporary for coronavirus reasons)

Fort Lauderdale (FLL)

  • Kafe Kalik


  • Cadillac Mexican Kitchen & Tequila Bar
  • Landry’s Seafood

Indianapolis (IND)

  • The Fan Zone


  • Kentucky Ale Taproom

Los Angeles

  • Rock & Brews
  • Point The Way Cafe

Miami (MIA)

  • Corona Beach House

Minneapolis (MSP)

  • PGA MSP Lounge

New York (JFK)

  • Bobby Van’s Steakhouse

Portland (PDX)

  • Capers Cafe Le Bar
  • Westward Whiskey (distillery)
  • Capers Market

San Francisco (SFO)

  • San Francisco Giants Clubhouse
  • Yankee Pier

Seattle (SEA)

  • Bambuza
  • Trail Head BBQ Bar

St. Louis (STL)

  • The Pasta House
  • The Pasta House & Schlafly Beer

Syracuse (SYR)

  • Johnny Rockets at Syracuse Airport


  • The Cafe by Mise en Place


  • Noble Hops

Washington, D.C. (DCA)

  • American Tap Room
  • Bracket Room

Washington, D.C. (Dulles)

  • Chef Geoff’s

Cards that come with Priority Pass membership

Link:  What to know to be sure you get into Priority Pass lounges

Certain cards include a Priority Pass membership which gives cardholders access to airport lounges worldwide. In many cases, you’re allowed two free guests or immediate family as well. So getting a Priority Pass membership as a credit card perk is a much better deal than paying for it outright because even the top-tier paid membership doesn’t come with free guests:

The Chase Sapphire Reserve comes with a Priority Pass Select membership and you can bring two guests with you for free. So even with the Sapphire Reserve’s $550 annual fee it’s a much better deal, especially when you consider that the card comes with an annual $300 travel credit and slew of other perks including top-notch travel coverages. Take a look at our Chase Sapphire Reserve review for more details.

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