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Grab and Go Meals at SEA

August 26, 2020

To protect your health during COVID-19, many airlines have suspended in-flight meals or offer reduced food and beverage service with pre-packaged items. But tell that to your stomach when you won’t reach your destination for four more hours.  

Alaska Airlines and Delta Air Lines — the two largest airlines at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) — reduced food and beverage service on board to limit interaction. Alaska advises, “In response to CDC guidelines, we are minimizing contact and will have limited offerings for inflight food and beverage service.” There is no food or beverage service on Alaska flights under 350 miles. Similarly, Delta made temporary changes to the onboard experience saying, “We’re paring down our onboard food and beverage options in an effort to reduce physical touch points between customers and employees.”  

Both airlines encourage you to bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages, like your own water bottle, to fill before you fly.  

Explore this guide for locally-owned and Pacific Northwest-inspired options at SEA for grab-and-go snacks, meals, and beverages to enjoy on your flight.  

Central Terminal  
  • Lucky Louie Fish Shack: Chef-driven fast casual concept with a grab-and-go full of healthy noms like Shrimp Louie salads and fresh lemonades and orange juice 
  • Dilettante Mocha Café: Travelers with a sweet tooth rejoice with many mocha options and portable snacks like Seattle’s beloved Ellenos yogurt, cake slices, salads, and sandwiches 

Lucky Louie Fish Shack, Central Terminal

Concourse A 
  • Floret: Eating vegan and vegetarian on the go is effortless with choices like overnight oats or the Chickpea Bowl with spicy chickpea salad, baby kale, and pickled onions. Did we mention the Stumptown coffee?  
  • Capitol Hill Food Hall: This is the largest grab-and-go at SEA with local, artisanal snacks and a variety of crowd pleasers from sushi to sandwiches.  

Capitol Hill Food Hall, Concourse A

Concourse B 
  • Rel’Lish Burger Lounge: Stop by for ready to go salads, sandwiches, and snacks from Seattle’s Chef Kathy Casey.  
Concourse C 
  • Beecher’s Handmade Cheese: They feature only pure foods free from artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, colors and hydrogenated oils. Same rules for their portable options like the  three-cheese snack packs to Caprese sandwiches on focaccia bread.  
  • Hachi-ko: The carry-on medley includes fresh, daily sushi, sandwiches, salads, and chilled beverages.  
  • Dish D’Lish: Everything’s made to go here, including fresh foods made onsite such as yogurt, granola, and berry parfait; and salad cups like Mediterranean quinoa; tarragon chicken; and zingy cucumber. 

Dish D'Lish, Concourse C

Concourse D 
  • Poke to the Max: Bring aloha along for the ride with Sam Choy's poke bowls and other Hawaiian favorites.  
  • Camden Food Co.: This sport feels spot like a neighborhood corner market with pantry chips, chocolates, charcuterie snack packs, and  fresh sushi. 
North Satellite  
  • Bambuza Vietnam Kitchen: With locally sourced, organic ingredients that make your meal delicious and support local growers. Takeaway options include pot stickers, banh mi sandwiches, and fried rice with tofu.  
  • Caffé D’arte: This Italian-inspired menu serves up fresh sandwiches, salads, and bottled beverages. You probably want a coffee and pastry too.  

Caffe D'arte
Caffé D’arte, North Satellite

Today, 85 percent of dining and retail tenants at SEA are re-open, and they have evolved operations 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 more on how we’re serving up best practices and protocols with airport dining and retail. 

Use the SEA Airport App or click through the interactive map to locate these businesses in the terminal. 
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