Restaurant Review: Bobby Van’s Grill, American Airlines Terminal at JFK

By Anna Breuer on 29 May 2018
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Bobby Van’s is known as one of the better steakhouses in the city and one of its outposts – at John F. Kennedy International Airport in the American Airlines terminal – is now accessible with a Priority Pass membership.

Priority Pass members get a $28 per person credit (a member can bring one guest) and the credit may be used for food and drinks although not gratuities.

The restaurant is located just past the security checkpoint opposite Gate 14 and there’s a lift for those who don’t want to schlep their bags up the stairs.

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Upon arrival, I was greeted by a host, who seated me at what I would consider a fairly good table in the center of the room but along the side since I had asked for a quiet section.  The large dining room had a steakhouse feel to it, with white tablecloths, old-fashioned chandeliers on the ceiling, and smartly-dressed waiters.

The menu offers a selection of what one would expect to find in a good steakhouse, with a choice of eight salads that includes a classic iceberg wedge, sandwiches, and a selection of steaks, ribs, and seafood.

While I wasn’t in a particular hurry, the waiter – despite the relatively empty room – didn’t come particularly quickly.

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