Posted by William Charles on August 7, 2017
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Published on August 7th, 2017 | by William Charles

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Priority Pass Adds Capers Cafe Le Bar & Capers Market To PDX

Recently Priority Pass added the House Spirits Distillery to PDX and they have just added two more ‘lounges’ to PDX.

Both give you $28 off your final bill per person per visit. I wasn’t able to find a food menu for either online (update menu for Concourse C can be found here), but featured glasses of wine will cost $5.50-$6, featured cocktails are $6 and featured draft beer is $4 a pint. Priority Pass has been busy adding these restaurant partnerships, likely due to issues securing and maintaining lounges due to capacity issues and the rise of premium credit cards and priority pass numbers increasing.



22 Responses to Priority Pass Adds Capers Cafe Le Bar & Capers Market To PDX

  1. Matt says:

    Would love if they did something like this at STL

  2. Jason says:

    PDX now kicks @ss!

    BUT BETTER book your rental car FAR in advance! Rental rates are $150/day for econo car with two weeks notice or less! ouch! Trying Turo.com.

  3. AnameOfaguy says:

    Gah! Just flew out of PDX on Saturday morning and didn’t both checking PP. Lesson learned.

  4. Abey says:

    I got one of my friends to apply for the Prestige with the 75K bonus miles and add me as an AU so i got the priority pass card for $50 for one year. Pretty sweet 😉

  5. Ronald says:

    Does this work with guests also, or is it just for the primary cardholder?

  6. TomT says:

    The number and quality of restaurants and bars accepting the Priority Pass in Sydney, Australia is quite good. All allow AUD$36 per PERSON per visit. Since my wife and I each have a card, we visited two different restaurants for breakfast and purchased over AUD$240 between us for ourselves and our teenage children. Yes, it really cost that much for food and drinks + bakery dessert at inflated airport prices. Definitely better selections than the meager offerings at the airport lounges in the same airport.

  7. tedbrogen says:

    Anyone know if you can use $28 per person per visit for both of these places on the same day? Stop at the Cafe then stop at the Market immediately after basically.

  8. CongestionCharge says:

    The Alaska Lounges have added this to their PP descriptions.
    “Effective 07AUG17 Limited to two guests per cardholder.”

  9. Kimberly says:

    Last week my partner and I tried out the House Spirits Distillery at PDX. It was fun, we got two whiskey sampler flights and two cocktails with our two Priority Passes (he’s an authorized user on my Prestige). I bought a bottle of the vinegar they used in my cocktail (which I really liked), and they gave me 10% off the vinegar due to the whiskey flight “purchase.” After that we walked next door to the Alaska lounge and used our Priority Passes again. Anyway, it was a good way to spend an hour and a half waiting for a flight. Next time I go through PDX I’m going to be sure to check these new options out too.

  10. NinjaX says:

    not sure how $28 credits per person is sustainable. TBD.

    • I suspect that is the rate they pay lounges for access. The difference with these new offerings is that people are more likely to use it multiple times in one airport visit.

      • NinjaX says:

        exactly. people will use multiples times since its per person per visit. people with families of 4 or more and visit multiples times or lounges will put stress on the system. we will see how this goes, but maybe $28 is much better than all u can eat free food and drinks like centurion.

        • CongestionCharge says:

          They’ll probably limit it to once per day or something for PP Select Members in the future. Or they have a limited number of passes per year like USB AR.

  11. Chris says:

    I’m staying at one of the Portland Airport hotels for 3 days in late September. My hotel offers free shuttle service and I’ll be traveling for fun.

    I won’t be flying, but I have Global Entry and Priority Pass. Does anyone know if it’s possible to visit Capers and the Distillery without having a boarding pass?

    My plan is to take the shuttle from my hotel to the airport and then take the Max Light Rail to locations around the city.

    Capers would be a nice place to get breakfast and or a late dinner, though Portland probably offers much better options for an evening meal.

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