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American Express Centurion Lounge Review at Las Vegas Airport Part 2


The American Express Centurion Lounge at Las Vegas Airport has a full service bar with Breakfast and Lunch/Dinner service. Breakfast starts at 6 in the morning and ends promptly at 11:30am. Lunch and Dinner (same menu) is provided from 11:30am to midnight. I was in the lounge from 10am until 1am, so I had the chance to try out both the Breakfast and Lunch/Dinner menu.

Here is the link to Part 1 of the American Express Centurion Lounge Review at Las Vegas Airport


Breakfast consists of steelcut oatmeal, waffles, eggs, pastries, bagel, fruits, yogurt, and fresh fruits.

I had a small breakfast since I knew lunch was going to be served soon.

Lunch/Dinner (same menu):

Lunch and Dinner consists of quinoa salad, mixed greens, and a salad bar. The hot items consists of tortilla soup, roasted chicken, sautéed carrots, roast beef sandwiches, and pasta.

I had salad first followed by a little bit of everything and ending with dessert.


The Centurion Lounge has a fully stocked bar with everything you can imagine.

There are eight specialty cocktail drinks on the menu and I only tried three of them.

The #1. It has a cucumber taste with a cucumber garnish made with Ketel One Vodka

The Vesper. Made with Johnny Walker Black Label and it was good.

The 007. It had a very bitter taste to it and didn’t enjoy it as much as the #1 and the Vesper.

I also had the bartender make me a mojito which was delicious. The mint leaves were shredded.

Lastly, I had the bartender pour me a glass of Rose which was heavenly.

I spent 3 hours at the lounge and imbibed in specialty drinks and had breakfast which changed over to lunch at 11:30am. I think it’s worth $50 to try out a new lounge with that much time spent eating and drinking.


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