The Port of Seattle is nearing the end a long-term dining and retail redevelopment program to increase options for travelers and expand access for small and local businesses.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is an economic driver for the Pacific Northwest and a gateway to the globe. We aim to deliver a Northwest sense of place to travelers by promoting job growth and creating new opportunities for small and minority-owned businesses. If you’re a business owner looking to do business at SEA, click here for more information.
As we add new and different names inside the airport with a mix of national and local brands for our travelers while also balancing community and Port priorities, SEA is significantly increasing customer choices, business opportunities, and local jobs by opening over 50 airport dining and retail establishments between 2019 and 2022.
SEA enters the home stretch of its dining and retail redevelopment program in 2022. In the meantime, see everything that is open now at exploreSEA.org.
- sodoPop (MoPop x Funko collaboration), N Concourse
- Natalie’s Candy Jar, N Concourse
- Wendy's, N Concourse
- 9th & Pike Artisanal Sandwiches & Salads, N Concourse
- Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, N Concourse
- P.F. Chang’s, N Concourse
- Salty's at SEA and BrewTop Social, Central Terminal
- Sky Gamerz (video game lounge), N Concourse
- Village Pub, N Concourse
SEA opened nine dining and retail concepts in 2021, including the now open Tumi, CGC Cigars, Subway, Pike & Pine, SEA Roast Coffeehouse and Tundra Taqueria. Excitingly, Filson and Wendy's in the N Concourse.
SEA opened eight new shops and restaurants in 2020, including: Mi Casa, Trail Head BBQ, Capitol Hill Food Hall, Lady Yum, ExOfficio, Vyne Wine Bar, Beecher's Annex and Sourced. Use the flySEA App or explore the interactive map to locate concessionaires inside the terminal! A handful of expected openings were delayed due to the pandemic.
SEA opened over 20 new dining and retail options in 2019, including Lucky Louie Fish Shack, Poke to the Max, Skillet, Seattle Made and Elliot Bay Book, just to name a few. With more opportunities for small, local and disadvantaged businesses, the face of the airport looks like the face of our community here in the Pacific Northwest.