Alaska Airlines opened their new San Francisco club a few months back and I finally had time to check it out. Before the pandemic the original plans were to create a new space. However, plans changed and Alaska took over the former American Airlines Admirals club. The agent quickly scanned our boarding pass and we entered the lounge.
Upon entering the lounge the buffet and bar are to your right while additional seating is to the left. These areas come together at a center rotunda.
We were at the lounge for breakfast. The buffet consisted of fruit, deli meats, hard boiled eggs, and oatmeal.
Alaska lounges are known for their pancake machines which was present (the wifi password was pancakes). There was also some toasters and soda fountain.
Starbucks coffee and teas were also available. Not pictured is the espresso drinks which are made at the bar. That’s a nice touch other lounges don’t have.
The lounge had a coffee station next to the entrance and on the side opposite bar. The candy bar was a cute touch for October.
Overall this a nice space. While it wasn’t the original plan in a new space elevated from the main concourse it serves the purpose of relaxing before a flight.