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I first visited the Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) just two weeks after it opened on June 15th (my full review here). It’s a spacious 11,640 square feet and located in the Terminal B to C Connector (between gates B39 and B40). I came back time this afternoon and have some additional thoughts on the lounge.
The decor, drinks, amenities, and service were all great on my first visit, but I was a little disappointed in the food. I’m happy to report that this has changed for the better and that the food is now just as excellent as the rest of what this lounge has to offer. Since I did a full review before and nothing has changed with the other elements (all still top notch), I’ll focus on the food offerings.
There are two ways to dine in this lounge. A buffet runs along the right side after you pass reception and there are QR codes on every table to order made-to-order dishes and bespoke cocktails right to your seat. The menu has five sections: Made to Order, Made to Order from Chef Douglass Williams, Locally Inspired Cocktails, Signature Cocktails, Wine, and Draft Beer.
This is quite a selection and I love the elegant touch of table service.
I tried the Sapphire Burger and the Sticky Buffalo Chicken and both were excellent. The burger was even better than what United serves in its Polaris Lounges.
The buffet was nicely stocked with a variety of dishes.
Whipped Lemon Mascarpone Parfait
K-Town Grain Bowl
Strawberry and Burrata Salad
Korean BBQ Chicken Croquettes
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Raspberry Crumb Linzer Bars & Double Chocolate Bars
Everything was constantly being replenished and each dish that I tasted was fresh and flavorful.
Access is granted to those with a Priority Pass membership gained through carrying the Chase Sapphire Reserve® (cardholders can also bring two guests). If you hold the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, you can enter an unlimited number of times, but if you have a Priority Pass membership from holding any other card, you’re limited to one visit per year (subsequent visits will be charged).
Anthony’s Take: When I first visited the Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) I was impressed with everything but the food. Whatever the issue was then has been worked out and this is now one of the best lounges in the US. I can’t wait to come back in a few weeks.
Anthony’s Credit Card Pick: The Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card is a great premium card with lots of benefits including a $300 Annual Travel Credit as reimbursement for travel purchases charged to your card each account anniversary year; 1:1 point transfer to leading airline and hotel loyalty programs including Hyatt and United;
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