There are several lounges past security in LAX Airport Terminal 2 and I was able to access two of them using my Priority Pass Select membership card. The first lounge in this trip report is the Air Canada Maple Leaf Star Alliance Lounge which is located past security in Terminal 2.
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I got to the airport at around 10pm for my midnight departure flight to Guadalajara. I used my Priority Pass Select membership card and was granted access to the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge.
The lounge was not crowded and there was plenty of seating available, presumably because there are only a few flights departing at midnight and not everyone has access to this lounge.
There was also a magazine and newspaper rack nearby the business center.
The buffet spread consisted of pastries, bread, chips and salsa, salad bar, chicken soup, and tomato soup.
There was also an espresso machine, juices, water, tea, soft drinks, and plenty of alcoholic beverages.
I had a little bit of everything, but don’t count on it to completely fill you up. The soup and salad was delicious.