Priority Pass Adds Steakhouse at JFK

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Priority Pass has announced its latest addition to its non-lounge group of locations with Bobby Van’s Steakhouse in JFK’s Terminal 8. The move expands the number of Priority Pass venues in JFK to 4, with two lounges in Terminal one, one lounge in Terminal 4, as well as Bobby Van’s in Terminal 8.

Priority Pass - JFK Lounges Feb 2018

What You Get

The restaurant is open from 06:00 AM to 10:00 PM and serves a variety of fare that other Bobby Van's establishments are well known for. Using your Priority Pass membership, you will receive the following:

  • $28 credit towards food and drink
  • Another $28 credit for a qualifying guest
  • You are restricted to one guest only regardless of your individual Priority Pass membership policy

Bobby Vans Steak

Priority Pass Membership

There are different types of Priority Pass membership; the most generous type is Priority Pass Select which is complimentary with various premium credit cards. Cards that give you complimentary Priority Pass Select membership include:

Our Take

This is excellent news if you regularly use Terminal 8, which primarily services American Airlines as it had no Priority Pass lounge. With the addition of Bobby Van’s, at least you can pop in with a companion for a drink or a snack. Looking at their menu, the hardest thing will be to decide what to have!

Priority Pass Adds Steakhouse at JFK
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