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SEA Airport Food & Shopping Guide

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on the food and shopping options at the bustling Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. From the sushi delights of Koi Shi Sushi to the fast and familiar options at McDonald's, there's a restaurant to cater to every palate. If shopping is more your scene, you'll find a wide array of stores to explore. Whether you're looking for aviation-themed clothing at Planewear, high-quality travel wear at ExOfficio, or locally made chocolates at Seattle Chocolates, the airport has you covered. This is just a small sample of what's on offer, so be sure to explore our guide in detail. For more information about the airport, visit Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Below you will find more detailed information about some of the most popular restaurants, shops, and stores at the airport, including proximity to gates and links to amenity maps.

Tips, Help & Resources

With our airport maps at your fingers, iFly.com can help you find food or where to shop, but also get through, and between the SEA terminals with ease. Here are some tips to assist you during your journey through the airport:

  • If you have some time before your flight departs SEA airport, get a coffee, have a sit-down meal, or walk the shops within the terminals. You never know what treat or souvenir you might discover!
  • Need to kill some time before your flight's departure, check out these ideas for a layover.
  • Are you a frequent flyer or traveling in business or first class? Then check out where the Seattle Tacoma airline lounges are located.
  • Should the need arise, the airport is equipped to handle special-needs persons, and also small medical emergencies that may arise.

Maps of Shops & Restaurants

Unearth top dining, shopping, and additional amenities at the airport with our dynamic interactive maps. Choose either your departure or arrival terminal from the provided list below and delve into the variety of options at your fingertips. These maps facilitate seamless navigation to your preferred destination, or to a different terminal should you have a connecting flight. Take advantage of the extensive selection of amenities available at SeaTac - begin your exploration now!


Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, known as Sea-Tac, offers a wide array of dining options for travelers. Whether you're in the mood for a quick bite, a gourmet meal, or a steaming cup of coffee, there's a restaurant that caters to your needs. Here's a breakdown of some of the most popular restaurants at Sea-Tac, grouped by terminal location and type.

Central Terminal:

  • Koi Shi Sushi: For sushi lovers, Koi Shi Sushi in the Central Terminal is a must-visit. Enjoy a variety of sushi rolls, sashimi, and more.
  • Lucky Louie: This popular spot offers a variety of dishes, perfect for travelers looking for a quick and satisfying meal.
  • Vyne: If you're looking for a place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine before your flight, Vyne is the perfect spot.
  • Starbucks: Need a caffeine fix? Starbucks has got you covered. With several locations throughout the airport, you're never too far from a fresh cup of coffee.

Concourse A:

  • Manchu Wok: Offering a variety of Chinese dishes, Manchu Wok is a great option for travelers craving Asian cuisine.
  • Mountain Room Bar: Enjoy a drink and some snacks at this cozy bar located at Gate A20.
  • Caffé D'arte: Another great option for coffee lovers, Caffé D'arte offers a variety of coffee drinks and pastries.

Concourse B:

  • McDonald's: For travelers in a hurry, McDonald's offers fast and familiar food options.
  • LouLou Market and Bar: This combination market and bar offers a variety of food and drink options, making it a versatile choice for travelers.
  • Mi Casa Cantina: Craving Mexican food? Mi Casa Cantina offers a variety of Mexican dishes, from tacos to enchiladas.

Concourse C:

  • Hachi-ko: For a unique dining experience, try Hachi-ko. This restaurant offers a variety of Asian dishes, including sushi and ramen.
  • Starbucks: Another Starbucks location can be found in Concourse C, offering coffee, tea, and a variety of snacks and pastries.
  • Beecher's Handmade Cheese: Cheese lovers will delight in the offerings at Beecher's Handmade Cheese. Enjoy a variety of cheese-based dishes, or pick up some cheese to take with you on your flight.

Other notable restaurants not mentioned above include Greedy Cow Burger, Camden Food Co., Poke To The Max, Pei Wei, Urban Market, Tap & Pour, Peet's Coffee, and many more. With such a wide variety of options, there's sure to be something to satisfy every traveler's appetite at Sea-Tac.

Shops & Stores

Seattle's vibrant airport is a shopper's paradise, boasting an eclectic mix of stores ranging from local bouties to luxury brands and duty-free outlets. Whether you're looking for the perfect souvenir, a last-minute gift, or a unique treat for yourself, you'll find it here. Let's take a closer look at some of the most popular shops and stores across the airport's terminals.

Central Terminal

  • Dufry Duty Free: A go-to destination for travelers looking to enjoy tax-free shopping on a variety of items, from cosmetics to alcohol and tobacco products.
  • Hudson News: A convenient spot to pick up last-minute travel essentials, snacks, books, and more.
  • Planewear: Offers a range of aviation-themed clothing and accessories, perfect for aviation enthusiasts.
  • ExOfficio: Known for its high-quality travel clothing, offering functional, stylish, and durable travel wear.

Concourse A

  • Dufry Duty Free: Another location for duty-free shopping, offering a wide selection of luxury goods at competitive prices.
  • InMotion Entertainment: The perfect place to pick up the latest electronics, from headphones to tablets, to keep you entertained during your flight.
  • Hudson News: A reliable source for travel needs, from reading material to snacks and drinks.

Concourse C

  • Seattle Made: Showcases products made by local artisans, from food and drink to apparel and accessories.
  • Seattle Chocolates: Offers a sweet selection of locally made chocolates, perfect for a last-minute gift or indulgent treat.
  • Chalo: A unique shop featuring handcrafted goods from India, including jewelry, textiles, and home decor.

North Satellite

  • Pike and Pine: A boutique offering a curated selection of gifts, home goods, and accessories with a distinctly Seattle vibe.
  • Filson: Known for its rugged quality, Filson offers a range of outdoor clothing and accessories.
  • The New Stand: A modern twist on the classic newsstand, offering an eclectic mix of products, from snacks and drinks to travel essentials and unique gifts.

Other noteworthy shops include Fireworks in both the Central Terminal and Concourse D, offering a range of unique and artistic gifts, Elliot Bay Book Company in Concourse C for a wide selection of books, and Hudson Booksellers in the Central Terminal and Concourse C for a range of bestsellers and travel essentials.

Please be sure to check at the airport for the most up-to-date store locations and hours, as this information can change at any time.

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Seattle Tacoma Airport food shopping Q&A

The airport offers a wide array of dining options, including Koi Shi Sushi, Lucky Louie, Vyne, Starbucks, Manchu Wok, Mountain Room Bar, Caffé D'arte, McDonald's, LouLou Market and Bar, Mi Casa Cantina, Hachi-ko, Beecher's Handmade Cheese, and many more.
There are several Starbucks locations throughout the airport, as well as Caffé D'arte in Concourse
The airport features a variety of stores, including Planewear, ExOfficio, Seattle Chocolates, Dufry Duty Free, Hudson News, InMotion Entertainment, Seattle Made, Chalo, Pike and Pine, Filson, The New Stand, Fireworks, Elliot Bay Book Company, and Hudson Booksellers.
Yes, Dufry Duty Free is located in the Central Terminal and Concourse
Interactive maps of the airport's amenities can be found at the following links: Concourse A, Concourse B, Concourse C, Concourse D, Satellite North, and Satellite South.
Yes, there are several local shops, including Seattle Made, Seattle Chocolates, and Chalo.
InMotion Entertainment in Concourse A offers a wide range of electronics.
Yes, there are several bookstores, including Hudson News, Elliot Bay Book Company, and Hudson Booksellers.
ExOfficio in the Central Terminal is known for its high-quality travel clothing.
Yes, Koi Shi Sushi, Manchu Wok, and Hachi-ko all offer a variety of Asian dishes.