American Airlines and oneworld First Class passengers, as well as oneworld Emerald members have access to the exclusive International First Class Dining area inside the Admirals Club.
The flagship dining is pathetic. Very small and cramped - no real food - just muffins and fluff. The lounge itself is quite spacious and they give you one drink token rather than unlimited drinks.
The original smoking lounge in the D concourse Admirals Club has been temporarily converted into a small dining room, there were some continental breakfast items and fruit available for breakfast.
It's a small, clean, but pretty basic room separate from the rest of the lounge. A variety of food but nothing amazing.
Not as bad as other reviews make out. It's a lot better than other 2 starred places. Good veggies and salad. Nice champers. Pokey but if full you can take your drink/food out and come back later.
Just a walled-off, windowless room with an average buffet. Lacks warmth & welcome. If you really want a meal go to one of the restaurants in Terminal D.
Better food selection than the Admirals Club, definitely better than being out at the gate. Better than other reviews make it seem!
When you fly Qantas then all US lounges are pretty lousy. This is the equivalent of a small town airport facility - think Dubbo. Only thing upscale was the Tattinger, the rest was subpar buffet food.
Despite all the neg comments I detoured from TC. So worth. Newly designed. Taittinger, great breakfast egg and variety of #1 meats and cheese. Small but just nobally right.
Pathetic first class lounge. Small, crowded, plastic chairs and tables. Soup only hot food and not much cold food. Self serve only. Only positive is better wine than main lounge.
Miles above a CL. Small, but not easy to access without the right credentials. Rarely crowded.
Been here plenty of times when flying AA. Great food and service with good drink options. Unfortunately, it is now closed as they are refreshing the AC it's in for the Flagship Lounge.
Entrance is located inside the Terminal D Admirals Club (5th Level, between Gates D23 and D24).
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