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Priority Pass Adds P.F. Chang’s at LAX TBIT

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Priority Pass has recently added P.F. Chang’s At LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal to its network. PF Changs LAX

What You Get

P.F. Chang’s is located airside on the mezzanine level and is only available for passengers taking international flights. The restaurant is bistro style and serves authentic Chinese cuisine in a great atmosphere. Priority Pass members will receive the following:

  • $30 credit towards food and beverage
  • A guest will also receive a $30 credit towards food and beverage
  • Members can register 2 guests per visit

Guest Access Policy

Although the restriction to two guests only may seem limiting, it is not a big deal. If you have obtained your Priority Pass membership through credit card enrollment, the number of guests you can bring in is determined by the financial institution, not Priority Pass. Most premium credit cards allow you a maximum of 2 guests per visit.

Our Take

The rate at which Priority Pass restaurants are being added is quite impressive. Every addition adds choice and reduces overcrowding. If Priority Pass carries on at the current rate the day will come (soon) when they have more restaurants than lounges in their network!

5 / 5 - (4 votes)
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  • Great addition.. Priority pass is such a great value proposition.. can’t wait to try this next time I’m at LAX

  • Hardly authentic, but this is one I can get behind for some lettuce wraps preflight;)

  • The_Bouncer says:

    I see the credit amount has gone up to $30.

  • Marilia S da Silva says:

    PF Chang’s is a great option over lounge food at LAX. Will be using next visit to LAX/OGG

  • I am so happy about this new step in the priority pass program. sometimes it is just so much simpler to pick up some food at a restaurant than to have find the lounge and check in etc.

  • Bob Dressman says:

    I have really enjoyed the PP restaurant options. When I am hungry the food options are frequently better at a restaurant than in the lounges.

  • I wish they add one restaurant partner in San Diego in the near future.

  • I like having another option… barely got into alaska lounge and not even bothering to go over there any more

  • Now if only PP opens one in SFO terminal 2, I would be a happy camper. 🙂

  • This is good stuff but. I wish PP would add some regular lounges. Restaurant credit is nice but most busy airport restaurants are very noisy and hard to make calls, get work done or even do stuff like take as shower, etc.

  • Allen Chan says:

    Only sticking point for me is the operating hours – PF Chang’s closes at 11 pm, kind of hard to get to there in time from another terminal for a decent meal when connecting for the late 1:00 am-2:00 am international bank. However its good to have options.

  • Such good news! More restaurants please.

  • This is great news. I love PF Changs. Although I usually go to lounges for the ability to do work while at the airport, I would definitely choose PF Changs over a lounge. I agree that we might see a time when there are more restaurants than lounges in the PP system. It’s obviously a concept that has worked, otherwise we wouldn’t see such an expansion of restaurants.

  • this is a nice addition, although their are good lounges when travelling international at the same location

  • I really like this trend with PP… hope more are coming.

  • Great as the Alaska lounge often rejects PP when its busy.

  • Can 3 people have a decent meal together at this outlet with a pooled budget of $90 if they do NOT bother with ordering multiple premium beverages?

  • The stipulation that the member must be traveling internationally is quite unusual, as domestic flights also operate from TBIT. I’ve enjoyed TBIT lounge access many times but have never been on an international itinerary.