Posted by William Charles on March 20, 2018

Published on March 20th, 2018 | by William Charles


Priority Pass Adds Bar Symon To Cleveland Hopkins International (CLE)

Priority Pass has added another restaurant option to their network. This time they have added Bar Symon to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE). The restaurant is located airside on Concourse C, between gates C4 & C4. It has the following opening hours:

  • Sunday-Friday: 4AM until 8PM
  • Saturday: 4AM until 7:30PM

[Read: Credit Cards That Offer Priority Pass Memberships Compared – What Are The Differences?]

Priority Pass members and their guests get $28 off their bill each (this discount is eligible on food and drink purchases. It excludes tips). I wasn’t able to find a menu for this airport location, but here is a menu for another airport location. Priority Pass has been adding these restaurant options at airports they have no lounge presence and it’s great to see. Other additions include:

Hat tip to One Mile At A Time

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Wow…this is great news. For those of you that are not aware, Michael Symon is one of the top chefs in the country. He hosts ABC’s The Chew amongst other ventures. While this airport location is obviously not as good as his regular restaurants, I certainly won’t turn down Lola Fries for free…..mmmm! 🙂


The hours above are a typo. The hours listed on the priority pass page linked above are:
Sunday-Friday: 4AM until 8PM
Saturday: 4AM until 7:30PM


Hopefully the PIT and PHL locations join as well (especially the latter, since there is no “Club at PHL” as there is at PIT


I highly doubt they will. PIT and IAD already have PP options, and PHL has other lounge options as well – even if no PP options. PIT has built up a fair bit of O&D traffic and PHL has a ton of connecting traffic. I’ve never seen the CLE location be very busy, although I have seen the PIT one busy more often than not. I’d assume the PHL and IAD ones get a fair bit of traffic as well. The other 3 locations unfortunately don’t need PP users to generate cash flow.

Chris Paternite

This is HUGE For people in Cleveland! I was on the fence about keeping a PP CC which all have higher fees, but now this tips the scales for me to keep the CSR. Pretty sure this is $56 for a couple in most cases too!

Nicer still is that CLE is a smaller airport so this is easier to get to than having to hop on a train and hunt down more elusive lounges.

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