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Floret by Cafe Flora joined the Priority Pass network back in February but left the network shortly thereafter. By April, Floret was once again accepting Priority Pass, but only after 2 p.m. Now, the location is no longer accepting members at any time, but the location is still listed on the Priority Pass website.
For Priority Pass members this has turned SeaTac into a bit of a wasteland. Last year saw Alaska Airlines lounges leave the network as well. Now, the only options for members are the two Club lounges at SEA.
Even without this restaurant in the network, Priority Pass can still be a great way to get lounge or restaurant access across the globe. Even better news is that some credit cards include membership in the program. If you want to know more about joining Priority Pass and which credit cards include a free membership check out our guide to the Priority Pass program.
In the meantime, here’s the full list of Priority Pass airport restaurants.
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