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Priority Pass adds 3 Brisbane Airport Restaurants

Bar Corretto

Priority Pass has added three airport dining options at Brisbane Airport. The newly added outlets provide Priority Pass members with a $36 credit that can be put towards food and drink.

The addition of the options follows the recent additions of bar and dining options at Sydney Airport. The terms and conditions of the offers are similar, with members being offered $36 off the total bill.

Priority Pass members continue to have access to the Plaza Premium lounge, located in the international terminal.

Priority Pass Dining Options in Brisbane

There are three new dining options available through Priority Pass. Two of the options are in the domestic terminal, while the third is located in the International Terminal.

The conditions are essentially the same for the three options. Members are entitled to a credit of $36 on their total bill at the three outlets. This will count as 1 lounge visit.


The two domestic options are located airside in the Qantas area of the terminal.

  • Bar Roma, located opposite gates 23 & 24 it offers a range of pizza and pasta to eat. It also serves a range of beer.
  • Graze Grill & Bar, located near gates 16 – 21, Graze offers a selection of cured meats, cheeses and dishes such as rib-eye steak sandwiches or Mooloolaba prawns.


  • Corretto Cafe & Bar,  located landside at the 4th floor (check-in level) food court. It is a full-service restaurant, offering an all day menu, and a range of beer, wines and spirits.

Melbourne Next?

With options at Sydney and Brisbane, a relevant question is whether there will be options at Melbourne Airport coming up. I would suggest that there is some chance. The participating outlets are run by the same operator at both airports. They also operate outlets in Melbourne Airport. So, perhaps there is some hope that we could see some outlets in Melbourne in the near future.

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better.

While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.