Cleveland Airport Gets Priority Pass Restaurant
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Cleveland Airport’s airside restaurant, Bar Symon, is Priority Pass‘s newest location where cardholders can enjoy a $28 food and drink credit per person. Priority Pass has been unrolling restaurant locations in the US and beyond as airport lounges have been dealing with crowding issues at major airports.
The pass gives members exclusive access to more than 1,000 airport lounges around the world, but a number of restaurants have been added to its growing list in recent years. Typically, at the restaurant locations, the program covers $28-30 worth of food and drink for its members. At Bar Symon, there’s no limit on how many guests you can bring, according to One Mile at a Time, but the cardholder is responsible for covering any amount exceeding $28.
The restaurant, located in Concourse C, will be open from 4am until 8pm except on Saturdays when it closes at 7:30pm.
On the Priority Pass website, they describe the restaurant as, “The brainchild of Chef Michael Symon, Bar Symon seamlessly integrates delicious comfort food and a tap-house into a timeless airport experience. Featuring signature items such as Pierogi and Kielbasa, Lola fries, and a selection of award-winning burgers.”
Bar Symon marks Cleveland Airport’s first Priority Pass lounge or restaurant. The restaurant has two other airport locations, but Cleveland is the only one with Priority Pass access.
H/T: One Mile At A Time
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