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Priority Pass has added Johnny Rockets at Syracuse Hancock International SYR to its network of restaurants. This addition expands not only Priority Pass’s network of lounges and restaurants but also airports, since the Johnny Rockets will be the first and only facility at Syracuse Hancock International to date.
What You Get
Johnny Rockets is located airside, on the left as you head from the security checkpoint towards concourse B. It serves a selection of never-frozen Angus burgers that are cooked to order. It also serves up a host of accompaniments including milkshakes, and fries. With your Priority Pass membership, you will receive the following:
- Cardholders are entitled to a $28 credit towards food and drink
- Each registered guest is also entitled to a $28 credit towards food and drink
There is no restriction on the number of guests allowed, and you can bring as many guests as your Priority Pass membership allows. If you hold Priority Pass membership through a credit card, the guest policy is determined by your card issuer.
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It is excellent to see Priority Pass expanding its network of restaurants and airports (see the complete list of Priority Pass restaurants). With Johnny Rockets being airside you can get to the airport a little early, clear security, have a meal and relax before your flight.
Source: Priority Pass
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