Priority Pass Adds Another Restaurant At Boston Logan Priority Pass Adds Another Restaurant At Boston Logan

Priority Pass Adds Another Restaurant At Boston Logan

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Priority Pass has announced the addition of another restaurant at Boston MA Logan International. The addition of Stephanie’s adds a much needed Priority Pass establishment in terminal B.


What You Get

  • Priority Pass members receive $28 credit towards food and beverage
  • Stephanie’s is open to Priority Pass members from 04:30 up to 30 minutes before the departure of the last flight
  • There are no guest restrictions, and you can admit as many guests as your membership allows

Stephanie’s is located in terminal B airside across from Gate B24 and serves domestic flights only. The restaurant serves fresh, flavorful, comfort food, in a relaxed atmosphere.

Guest Access Policy

There are no restrictions on the number of guests you can bring in. How many guests you are allowed will depend on your 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 guest access policy.

Our Take

Hardly a week goes by without Priority Pass adding a new restaurant to its network, and the number of Priority Pass restaurants is growing rapidly. This is all excellent news since ultimately more facilities will mean less pressure and crowding at airports with multiple establishments.

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