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Stephanie’s has become a bit of a staple in Boston.  With 3 locations in the city, and their new spot at the airport, the restaurant has made a name for itself serving up some awesome comfort food.  For those cold New England winter nights, you’ll often find the bar packed with a fun mix of townies, college kids, and anybody else rolling through town.  Stephanie’s at BOS is no different…well, maybe a few less townies at 5AM.

I stopped by Stephanie’s at BOS prior to an early morning on American Airlines.  The restaurant is located in Terminal B, right across the hall from Gate B24.  Terminal B at Boston serves American Airlines, United Airlines, Spirit, and some British Airways departures.  Stephanie’s is nestled in with United’s gates.

a restaurant with red and white stripes

How to Use Your Priority Pass at Stephanie’s

This one’s easy.  Just walk up to the restaurant, grab a seat normally, and the let your server know you have a Priority Pass card at some point during the meal.  I always prefer to give them a heads up in the beginning, but I imagine you can hand over your Priority Pass when the bring you the bill, no questions asked.

My server knew the drill, and she swiped my Priority Pass and closed out my tab before I even got my food.  I only had about 20 minutes before my flight boarded, so the timing worked out great!

How’s the Food?  Menu, Prices, and Pictures

Since I was at Boston Logan for an early morning flight, I got to sample Stephanie’s breakfast menu.  There’s a great selection of juices, teas, coffees, and libations.  For breakfast, there’s an assortment of sandwiches, eggs, and continental breakfast items.

a menu with red and white text

I’ll try and get a better picture next time I’m at the airport!

I ordered the Smoked Salmon and Avocado Benedict, with some pineapple juice to wash it down.

a plate of food and a drink

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Pro tip:  Stephanie’s is famous for their Bloody Mary, and there are plenty of additions to choose from!  At 4AM, it was a little early for one.  If you want something to loosen up, Stephanie’s starts pouring after 8AM Monday through Saturday, and after 10AM on Sundays.

As I mentioned above, paying with your Priority Pass is super easy.  They swipe your Priority Pass card, and it’ll take $28 off the bill.  If you spent less than $28, your meal will be free!  Wait, wait!  Before the internet police come and get me, yes, this technically isn’t free.  If you have a credit card that comes with Priority pass Select, there’s some cost baked into the annual fee on your credit card.  But let’s assume you’re not only getting the credit card for Priority Pass Select, right?  There’s some other benefit to having the credit card, and your Priority Pass membership comes along with it.  To me, that’s free breakfast…and a pretty good one, too!

a receipt and a receipt on a table

Thanks for breakfast, Priority Pass!

(Don’t forget to tip, even if your meal is free!  Support your servers!)

Is it Worth the Stop?

a bar with a television and a tv above it

The bar is a bit quieter than usual at 5AM…

Yeah, definitely!  With a Priority Pass credit of $28, you can get anything on the breakfast menu at little to no cost.  You could even order a second meal to go, for the plane.

Restaurants are relatively new to the Priority Pass experience, and this is the first time I’ve been to one of their restaurant partners.  At Boston Logan, the Jerry Remy Sports Bar & Grille in Terminal C is also a member of Priority Pass.  The list of restaurants continues to expand, with options in London, San Francisco, Sydney, Denver, and plenty of other cities.

(Check out our review of the Timberline Grill at Denver International Airport here!)

Are you a fan of the restaurant additions to Priority Pass?  I sure am!

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