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The beverage menu at the Amex Centurion lounge is already the top complimentary U.S. airport lounge beverage menu. But once you hear about the “secret” bar menu that is available to only a select few, you’ll really know it’s top.
Most of us get into the Amex Centurion lounge through either the The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN. All you have to do is show the agent your boarding pass (for that day,) your ID and your Business Platinum Card® for complementary access to the Centurion lounges.
Platinum card holders get complimentary drinks from Champagne to Johnnie Walker Red Label. But did you know there is another better bar menu?
Amex Centurion Lounge Dallas Secret Bar Menu
The Amex Centurion Dallas Club Lounge has a bar menu reserved only for the Centurion card members (formerly known as Black card).
I first noticed the Veuve Clicquot hidden in the beverage fridge. So I asked what was the Whiskey / Scotch of choice. My initial ask was do they serve Johnnie Walker Blue to Centurion card members. That’s a natural thought given they serve Johnnie Walker Red to the regular crowd. But the response I got was a surprising and I liked it.
The bar tender informed me they serve the following for Centurion Card Members.
- Balvenie Caribbean Cask
- Veuve Clicquot (don’t know what year)
Amex Centurion Lounge Dallas
The American Express Centurion Lounge in Dallas is located in the D Terminal near gate D 17. You’ll see the lounge above the main walking entrance. Take the escalators to the right and you’ll come to the classic Centurion Lounge Blue Door entrance.
There are a few rooms in the lounge. The first being a small room with seating and a coffee bar.
If you want to get to the bar, you’ll have to walk down a small hallway and past more seating areas.
The coolest seating spot is all the way past the bar where there is a small seating area that overlooks the terminal.
The breakfast in the lounge has a southwest flare to it. Anytime I see regular salsa and tomatillo salsa for breakfast you can count me in.
The Amex Centurion Lounges are a great place to relax and eat some food in the airport. But they are an even better place to grab a complimentary adult beverage, especially if you are an Amex Centurion Card Member.
But the big question remains, what else is on the “secret” Centurion bar menu?
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