If you’re in the mood for a heartier meal than what might be available in an airline lounge, Stephanie’s Restaurant at Boston Logan Airport (BOS) is a solid choice. There are two locations, one in Terminal B and the other in Terminal E, and both are Priority Pass restaurants.
Stephanie’s Boston Logan Airport Review, A Priority Pass Restaurant
Stephanie’s is part of the Priority Pass network and offers Citi, Capital One, or Chase-affiliated Priority Pass Select membership a $28/person restaurant credit (for up to two people) – this benefit is not available with American Express-issued Priority Pass memberships.
You’ll find one location in Terminal B opposite Gate B24 and the other, where I ate, in Terminal E, opposite gate E7. The restaurants are open from 7:00 am – 10:00 pm daily.
There was a line of seven people outside when I arrived, about 2:00 pm, but I only had to wait about five minutes to be seated.
Here is the food and drink menu, which includes a large selection of wines, beer, and spirits as well as soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, and even steak or salmon.
Prices are on the high side – a cocktail and steak will more than double your Priority Pass allowance.
My waitress showed up within moments of me sitting down, which greatly impressed me. But what impressed me even more was that five minutes later my food was served. I ordered a bacon cheeseburger and it came out quickly and was very flavorful. I also noticed that the beef was leaner than what you often receive in a restaurant hamburger.
I ordered a salad with it in place of French Fries…not that the meal suddenly became healthy.
What I’ll do at a Priority Pass restaurant is ask for the bill immediately when the food is served. That way, I don’t have to chase the waiter or waitress down later. I doubt that would have been a problem here, but it was nice to square the bill (there was no charge, but I left a tip on my credit card) so there was no waiting and wasted time after I ate.
Stephanie’s is recommended at Boston Logan Airport. I’ll be back (hope to try breakfast next time) and recommend it as a superior option to the Priority Pass lounges at BOS.
We were just there 12 days ago and there was a sign at the entrance that said No Priority Pass customers at this location. We were a bit disappointed. We ate there, but we were not able to take advantage our car. We did no curation it because we wanted to have a nice vacation. Thoughts?
You were at the Terminal E or Terminal B location?
Terminal E is not a Priority Pass option, only “B”. We are BOS based. Stephanie’s is indeed a great Priority Pass option in “B”.
I just ate in E. It was certainly a Priority Pass restaurant when I was there a couple weeks ago.
Great news! I was last there in June, so this is a somewhat recent addition. Lounge Buddy app is still only showing Stephanies being an option in “B”. Priority Pass app shows it.
No vegetarian options except for salad.
Why don’t many restaurants carry vegetarian entree options? Is it not considered as food in US?? At least in airports when the purpose is to cater to global public.
This is the best option at Terminal E. If I were Massport I’d be embarrassed by the food offerings at such a large international terminal. They can’t even get a major-brand coffee shop. Hopefully the expansion brings better food options. I like quick service, but a restaurant burger coming out in five minutes means it was probably cooked beforehand and sitting around in a steam tray. That’s quality that doesn’t justify the price tag.
Boston has a Starbucks in every terminal. Including terminal E.