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Dining, Retail and More

You'll appreciate our diverse mix of restaurants, with quick grab snacks to sit-down dining. Sea-Tac boasts an eclectic mix of bookstores, gift shops, designer brands and local goods.

The Port of Seattle is in the middle of a long-term dining and retail redevelopment program to increase options for travelers and expand access for small and local businesses, so you may notice some construction on your next visit through Sea-Tac. Rest assured we're open for business during construction. We have 42 dining options throughout the post-security areas of the airport.

Explore the area around your gate and try something new on your next trip!

 

Effective Jan. 1, 2019 Until Further Notice: The C Concourse Train Station will be closed due to construction upgrades. Passengers will have to use the D Concourse Train Station or the North Satellite Train Station in the interim, please use our interactive map for any way finding help or learn more about the construction project.

Port of Seattle Policy on Airport Concessionaire Pricing

 Starting January 1, 2020 eligible ADR program concessionaires may charge approved “street pricing,” the cost of an item purchased outside of the airport, plus up to a maximum of five percent. Concessionaires may charge street pricing plus 10 percent in 2021. 
 
Each year the Port assesses concessionaire pricing for their products/services as well as pricing for comparable street-side locations.  If tenants wish to change their prices during the year, they must submit these requests to the ADR staff along with pricing from comparable street-side locations to support their requested changes.   
 
The Port conducts periodic audits to ensure products and services provided at the airport are consistent with the pricing policy. If you have questions about the price of an item, please email seatacshops@portseattle.org

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