The Lounge is in Terminal 4. After you go through security, you can find it just beyond the TSA checkpoints to the left of the escalators that take passengers downstairs to the gate level.
Hours: 6 am - 8 pm
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Step into a Lounge so spacious it boasts two premium bars—and a speakeasy. Relax with a cocktail, enjoy access to our new Digital Library of newspapers and magazines, or try self-led spa services from Equinox. Or get productive with high-speed wifi and a specialty coffee bar. Either way, you’ll depart refreshed. The Centurion Lounge is proud to serve Irving Farm's fresh roasted, New York Coffee on both drip and espresso.
* Must be 21 years of age or older to consume alcoholic beverages. Please drink responsibly.
Dine in decadence with cuisine designed by Uruguayan-born Chef Ignacio Mattos, whose bright, bold cooking is influenced by a range of wordly sources-from his Italian grandmother to his local roots in NYC. There is nothing quite like his generosity of flavors.
Get a taste of our New York-inspired fare. Menus change and the current menu is available in the Lounge.
Savor our premium beverage offerings at one of two bars or step into 1850, a Speakeasy that will transport you back in time. Select from a menu of cocktails and wine brought to you by Jim Meehan and Anthony Giglio.
Get a taste of our New York City-inspired cocktails and hand-picked wines. The full menu is available in the Lounge.
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Take travel to the next level with EQX Body Lab, a destination for performance-driven restorative therapies. Ground, center, and de-stress yourself with targeted self-led treatments, as well as a curated selection of mindfulness and meditation experiences and regenerative movement exercises from the Equinox + digital app.
Ignacio Mattos is the chef and owner of New York restaurants estela, which most recently received a Michelin star, as well as Café Altro Paradiso, and Flora Bar. Born in Uruguay, Ignacio has a bold, singular style inspired by New York City, the city he now calls home, along with time spent in Europe, South America, and the mentorship of chefs Alice Waters, Francis Mallmann, and Judy Rodgers. In 2017, Esquire named Ignacio America’s Chef of the Year. His first cookbook, Estela, was ranked one of 2018's best by The New York Times Book Review.
Jim Meehan worked at some of New York City’s most revered restaurants and bars including Gramercy Tavern and the Pegu Club before opening the James Beard Award-winning bar PDT in 2007 and a second branch in Hong Kong a decade later. A journalist and former editor of Food & Wine Cocktails and Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide; Jim’s own books, The PDT Cocktail Book and Meehan’s Bartender Manual, have become industry favorites worldwide. He and his family currently reside in Portland, Oregon where he oversees his consulting firm Mixography Inc.
Anthony Giglio is one of the most entertaining wine and spirits authorities on the planet. He has written several books, including three editions of FOOD & WINE’s Wine Guide; five editions of the Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide, and his highly regarded first book, Cocktails in New York. Giglio has written for numerous publications, including FOOD & WINE and Travel + Leisure. Giglio is currently a wine reporter for CBS News Radio, and has appeared on numerous television programs.
Inspired by his ancestors’ traditions, Olivier Baussan founded L’OCCITANE over 30 years ago in the Provence region of France. All L’OCCITANE skincare, body care, fragrance and home products are passionately created to preserve the authentic ingredients and traditions of the Mediterranean land. To give greater accessibility, L’OCCITANE has incorporated Braille labeling on its boxes and containers where possible. L’OCCITANE products are available online and in 170 boutiques throughout the U.S.
Sonic Editions specializes in limited-edition fine-art photographic prints of the greatest musicians, film stars, cult heroes, and cultural icons. With an unrivaled number of specially sourced iconic pictures from the world's best photographers and most renowned archives, its offering includes photographs rarely seen before. All its prints are expertly mounted and encased in handmade wooden frames. Framed prints start from just $129 making great fine-art photography affordable for the first time. The handpicked collection of photography featured at The Centurion® Lounge is also available for purchase.
12.29 is an olfactive branding company that creates a scent for your brand, a scent for your home and a scent for your life. In a world where branding is everything, 12.29 takes an innovative approach by creating custom branded scents for retail and corporate environments, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, fashion runway shows, art fairs, special events, and private homes. Designing scents specifically for a brand identity, 12.29 has collaborated with clients in New York, Paris, Milan, Miami, London, Hong Kong, Australia and China.
The New York Times is committed to the highest-quality journalism and rich, interactive multimedia storytelling. Explore their award-winning web site, plus get your choice of access to either or both of their smartphone and tablet apps. Experience more than the news, experience The New York Times.
Terlato Wines has a global portfolio of more than 80 brands from world class wine producers in more than a dozen countries and is the leading marketer of wines $20 and up in the U.S. Terlato Wines garners more 90+ point ratings than any wine company in the world. Owned and operated by the Terlato family for four generations, the Group also includes the family’s winery investments and partnerships in some of the world's most esteemed wine regions including: Napa Valley; Sonoma County; Sta. Rita Hills in Santa Barbara County; Victoria, Australia; the Rhône Valley in France; Friuli, Italy; and Montalcino, Italy.
Established in 1996 on Irving Place, Irving Farm New York has led NYC’s coffee industry with their neighborhood cafes and 20 years of roasting experience. Following the success of their first cafe in Gramercy Park, founders Steve and David turned their attention to roasting; converting a small carriage house in up-state NY into a roastery. Their house blends became renowned for their balance and sweetness, and in 2000 they were awarded “Best Coffee” by New York Magazine. Today, they have cafes across Manhattan and a modern roasting facility near the original carriage house in Millerton, New York.
In continued efforts to reduce our environmental footprint, American Express proudly eliminated single-use plastics across our Centurion Lounge locations.