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Priority Pass recently dropped two restaurants from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), but members of the popular lounge program will be excited to hear that the company has added another restaurant to its offerings at one of the country’s largest airports. Rock & Brews, a sports bar, is now an option to visit at LAX’s Terminal 1.

Priority Pass members will receive $28 in credit toward food and beverage where diners have the ability to choose from pub classics like burgers and wings in addition to a large selection of beers and spirits. Check out the full menu here.

The terms and conditions of the offer state that you can bring one guest with you, meaning you could possible get $56 in free food from one visit. Note that there is a Rock and Brews in LAX’s Terminal 5, which is currently not part of Priority Pass.

Priority Pass is a collection of more than 1,200 airport lounges worldwide but has started adding restaurants at airports in recent years. With the new addition, 26 restaurants will be accessible at US airports with Priority Pass. Members can now access two restaurants at LAX: PF Changs in the Tom Bradley International Terminal and Rock and Brews in Terminal 1 in addition to three lounges: the Korean Lounge, Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse and the Alaska Lounge. TPG team members have scored heaps of free food with this perk, and I recently was able to get free breakfast at Bobby Van’s Steakhouse at JFK.

If you come under the $28 credit when you get the bill at a Priority Pass restaurant, remember to tip with cash since your server would otherwise go tip-less.

A ton of credit cards come with a complimentary Priority Pass membership like the Chase Sapphire ReserveThe Platinum Card® from American Express and the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express.

For more, check out our in-depth coverage of Priority Pass:

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