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Priority Pass has finally added Chef Geoff’s at Washington IAD, to its network of participating restaurants and lounges. Chef Geoff’s becomes the only Priority Pass establishment on Concourse C at Washington Dulles/IAD airport.

What You Get

The restaurant is located Airside on Concourse C, next to Gate C14. To get to the restaurant, you need to clear security and then take the shuttle bus or train to Concourse C. Chef Geoff’s serves modern American cuisine in a relaxed setting. Priority Pass card members receive the following:

  • $28 credit towards food and beverage
  • You can register 1 guest, and they will also receive a $28 credit towards food and beverage

Guest Access Policy

Unfortunately, you are limited to 1 guest only. This is disappointing since if you have obtained Priority Pass membership through Premium credit card enrollment, you likely have 2 guests allowed per visit on your membership.

Rocky Start

Although we have seen Priority Pass smoothly add restaurants on an almost weekly basis in recent months, this has not been the case with Chef Geoff’s. Initially, Priority Pass may have jumped the gun when indicating that Chef Geoff’s was a Priority Pass participating restaurant. But reports from the restaurant seemed to indicate that was not the case and Priority Pass removed the listing from its website. One month later, whatever glitches there may have been seemed to have been ironed out, and you can now use your Priority Pass membership at Chef Geoff’s.

Our Take

If you use Concourse C at Washington Dulles, the addition of Chef Geoff’s is welcome news. It will be the only Priority Pass facility on the Concourse, with the alternatives being a shuttle or train away on Concourses A or B. This is great news for those traveling United (which exclusively uses Concourse C and D).

Priority Pass Finally Adds Restaurant at Washington IAD
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Comments

  • Great, I fly to IAD frequently and can’t wait to check out the new priority pass restaurant.

  • Very nice since the other lounges are in A/B terminal and not convenient to United departers in C/D due to the cluster that is IAD inter-terminal train/moving rooms.

  • I absolutely love that Priority Pass is adding restaurants and I hope they keep up the steady additions. The guest access restriction doesn’t bother me at all.

    • Same here. We’re a family of four and we just signed my wife up for a card that also has PP so we’re completely covered. If we go to a lounge, we can each get a kid in or if we go to a restaurant, we can split the tab – granted sitdown restaurants may limit a check to one PP membership card so we’ll have to be careful on that one.

  • I like the Priority Pass Turkish Airlines lounge at the airport.

  • Great. I don’t mind the 1 guest policy for certain nicer places. Rare that I travel with 2 anyway, and you could always split the 56 credit between 3 people.

  • This is great news!

  • Finally! This is great news.

  • BWI has a really good Priority Pass lounge nearby and I wonder how this compares.

  • Darren Hullet says:

    Awesome. This is my home airport so it’d be great to get some more use out of PP. Is this a proper restaurant (ie leave tips) or do you order your food and then find a table?

  • Great to see IAD… PP just keeps getting better which is rare these days for perks

  • We were delighted to take advantage of a Priority Pass last night at St Louis airport at the Pasta House. We were given credit for $38 for one visit! Four of us were able to eat for that amount!!

  • When traveling with a family, I’m really not a fan of the guest limits, but a recent trip flying solo where I couldn’t get in where I wanted made it apparent that guest limits are necessary.

    I always have PP from premium cards.

  • I kind of like the ideas of adding new restaurants , but last time I was in Miami I tried using my priority pass it took forever to get my food , I was kind of lucky I finished 10 minutes before boarding time .

    • Each restaurant definitely has it’s own reputation. I’ve gone through Sydney a lot recently and have gone to Bar Roma and have generally been very impressed each time. It’s always nice to get a free proper meal. Lounges are nice but proper food is always welcome too and I don’t necessarily want one over the other. The more options the better.

  • As a DC resident, I would rather fly out of Washington- National and make a connection in most cases than fly out of Dulles. It’s a terrible airport.

  • Brendan King says:

    I went her last week. Great place to grab a meal. Afterwards, I checked out the Turkish Air Lounge with my Priority Pass card. Great having them at this airport.

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