Editor's Note as of May 26: We continue to update this list as airport dining and retail tenants reopen following temporary closures and expand hours of operation.
The dining and retail tenants at Seattle-Tacoma International (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.
Washington businesses, including those inside the airport, are facing substantial economic challenges because of COVID-19. At SEA, 66 percent of airport dining and retail tenants are temporarily closed.
Some dining options are open for grab-and-go and orders to-go for passengers with essential travel, including:
- 6th Ave. Noodle House, S Gates
- Beecher's Handmade Cheese, C Gates
- Camden Food Co., D Gates
- Capitol Hill Food Hall, A Gates
- Dilettante Chocolates & Espresso, Central Terminal
- Evergreens, Central Terminal
- Greedy Cow, S Gates
- Hachi-Ko, C Gates
- Hudson, select locations
- La Pisa Café, A Gates
- Made in Washington, Central Terminal
- McDonald's, B Gates
- New Stand, N Gates
- PALLINO, Central Terminal
- Peet's Coffee, S Gates
- Pei Wei, Central Terminal
- Qdoba, B Gates
- Starbucks, select locations
We are in close communication with tenants during this evolving crisis and working to allay the negative impacts to their bottom lines. On April 1, the Port of Seattle Commission approved an immediate, short-term emergency financial relief package for airport-based businesses, including a two-month deferral of rent and fees for airport tenants and concessionaires facing a severe collapse of economic activity due to COVID-19 related social distancing and travel restrictions.
The live music program and SEA Visitor Pass is temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. The Children's Play Area near the A Gates and Club at SEA lounges are also closed until further notice.