Last month I reviewed the LAX Airport Air Canada Maple Leaf T2 Star Alliance Lounge during evening hours. This time, I had an early morning flight and was able to partake in the breakfast offerings. The Air Canada Maple Leaf Star Alliance Lounge which is located past security in Terminal 2.
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I was able to access this lounge because of my Priority Pass membership.
The lounge was not crowded and there was plenty of seating available since I had an early morning flight.
There was also a magazine and newspaper rack nearby the business center.
The buffet spread consisted of muffins, whole fruit, bagels, yogurt, bread, and croissant. In addition, there was a toaster oven to toast bread and bagels.
There was also an espresso machine, juices, water, tea, soft drinks, and plenty of alcoholic beverages.
I had toast with butter and a delicious chocolate muffin.