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Priority Pass has added 4 new restaurants to its network, at two different locations in South America. The Bleriot Bar & Lounge and the La Bonbonniere branches at both Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos (GRU), and at Lima’s Jorge Chavez (LIM), are now accessible to Priority Pass members.
What You Get
- Priority Pass members receive $27 credit towards food and beverage
- All four establishments are open 24 hours per day
- There are no guest restrictions, and you can admit as many guests as your membership allows
The Bleriot Bar & Lounge serves a variety of international cocktails and finger food, while La Bonbonniere offers international fusion cuisine with a Peruvian twist. At Lima’s Jorge Chavez (LIM) both establishments are located airside and are relatively close to each other next to gate 24. At Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos (GRU) La Bonbonniere is located landside next to the LATAM check-in area, while the Bleriot Bar & Lounge is airside next to gates 301-3014.
With no guest restriction, the number of guests will ultimately depend on your particular Priority Pass membership. If you have Priority Pass select through a credit card provider, then the financial institution issuing your card will determine your guest rules.
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These days it seems hardly a week goes by without Priority Pass adding another restaurant or two to its network. While previous additions were mainly in the US, it seems Priority Pass is now adding more international destinations, which is a good thing. The complete list of restaurants now features a significant number both in the US and internationally, with some located airside and some landside, which will ultimately mean less pressure on Lounges—so hopefully this trend continues for a long time.
Source: Doctor of Credit
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