Priority Pass™, a product of Collinson and the largest independent lounge membership program, today announces an exclusive partnership with Bobby Van’s Steakhouse at New York’s JFK International airport. It is the first restaurant to be added to the Priority Pass program at JFK, as well as the first option for members flying from Terminal 8.
Priority Pass members can now use one of their lounge visits to receive USD$28 off the bill at the restaurant, located in Terminal 8 of the airport, between 6am and 10pm daily. Bobby Van's Grill brings the same high-quality steakhouse and grill fare of other Bobby Van's establishments, featuring dry aged steaks, a well-stocked bar, and elegant decor that will help guests enjoy and relax while at the airport.
Sheryl Pflaum, Executive VP and General Manager Lifestyle Benefits, Collinson, said: “We’re constantly looking at ways to further enhance the experiences of our members airside through premium lounge access and exciting partnerships. We’ll continue to add the best restaurants to our program; expanding the areas where our members can relax, grab a bite to eat, or fire off last minute emails before their flight.”
Members are required to show a boarding pass with confirmed same-day travel to use this offer. A maximum of one guest visit can be used in addition to the member visit. The restaurant will deduct US$28 per visit used for purchase of any meal and/or drinks, for a maximum of $56. For example, if a cardholder registers one guest, they will receive US$56 off their bill, which will be charged as one cardholder visit plus one guest visit on their account. Only one membership card per visit, per cardholder is accepted at point of entry. More details can be found here.
This news follows other restaurant additions to the Priority Pass membership program, including seven restaurants and bars at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, BOTEJYU restaurant at Osaka, Kansai International and the Grain Store Café & Bar at London Gatwick.