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Dining and Retail at SEA during COVID-19

COVID-19 and travel at SEA Airport More Information

April 5, 2021

The next time you visit Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) the experience will look and feel different throughout the terminal, including in how you dine, imbibe, and shop.

The dining and retail tenants at SEA adjusted operations to help ensure best practices to protect the health and well-being of employees and travelers. Enhanced disinfection and personal hygiene and physical distancing protocols are in place. Staff are wearing face coverings. Read how FlyHealthy@SEA serves up new protocols with airport dining and retail.

Dining and Retail Open for Business 

Over 90% of dining and retail tenants are open! During the worst days of the pandemic, two-thirds were temporarily closed. 

Effective March 22, 2021, King County entered Phase 3 of Governor Inslee's Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery plan. Sit-down dining is at 50% max capacity with table sizes of up to five people and they do not need to be from the same household. Alcohol service is available daily until midnight, including the lounges.

Well-spaced and regularly cleaned tables and chairs are available for “grab and go” dining throughout the airport, including in the Central Terminal. 

Find step-by-step directions to all open dining and retail options at the airport with our interactive map or FlySEA App. 

The airport even opened several concepts during the pandemic, so there are new options to explore like Vyne Washington Tasting Room, Beecher's Beer & Wine and SHOT BAR. Two shops that are traveler favorites, Planewear and ExOfficio, relocated to larger spaces. 

The SEA Visitor Pass, Children's Play Area near the A Gates, and the live music program remain temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. 

Other Resources

Beecher's Handmade Cheese on Concourse C is one of the eateries open with new procedures to ensure the health of passengers and employees.


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