Priority Pass Adds A Restaurant At Boston Logan International Priority Pass Adds A Restaurant At Boston Logan International

Priority Pass Adds A Restaurant At Boston Logan International

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Priority Pass has announced the addition of another restaurant to its network of lounges and restaurants. This time around it is the Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS).


What You Get

  • Priority Pass members receive $28 credit towards food and beverage
  • Jerry Remy’s is open to Priority Pass members from 14:00 to 20:00 every day
  • There are no guest restrictions, and you can admit as many guests as your membership allows

The Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill is located landside on the departures level and is located opposite the “Alaska Airlines” check-in counters. It describes itself as serving “Classic New England Fare”.

With no guest restriction, the number of guests will ultimately depend on your individual Priority Pass membership. If you have received Priority Pass Select through a credit card provider, then the financial institution issuing your card will determine your guesting rules.

Our Take

It feels like Priority Pass is adding restaurants every week to its lounge network, which is a strategy that makes a lot of sense. With a finite amount of lounge space available airside, and more and more premium credit cards creating new Priority Pass members, something has to give otherwise overcrowding will become a major issue. Adding more restaurants landside where space is not at a similar premium as airside means Priority Pass can shift some of the load away from the lounges and onto the restaurants. We would expect the list of Priority Pass restaurants to see a lot of growth over the next few years.

Source: Priority Pass

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