SEA

Seattle Tacoma Terminal

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Restaurants

There are over 40 dining choices at the airport, with a cluster of 10 or so food and drink outlets in the middle of the Central Terminal, and half a dozen at each of the Gate areas. Asian, African and Mexican cuisine, seafood, burgers and bagels are all available, along with bars and coffee shops. For a healthy option, try Café Floret, Sea-Tac's first vegetarian restaurant. There's also a wine bar, bakery and cafés pre-Security.
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Shopping

Duty-free shopping is available in the main part of the Central Terminal and at the A and S Gates. There are also over 30 other stores spread out across the terminal and its two satellites, selling everything from cosmetics to books, chocolates and arts and crafts. Families can find diapers, medicine and baby items at Hudson stores. There's a newsstand before Security.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Children's play area (between Central Terminal and A gates)
  • Currency exchange
  • Customer service reps (in red vests)
  • Device charging stations
  • Mother's room
  • Nursing facility
  • Pet relief areas
  • Shoeshine C & D gates
  • Smoking areas at North end of the Lower Drive (Baggage Claim level): North of door 26, across the small parking lot, and South end of the Lower Drive (Baggage Claim level)
  • Stroller rental
  • Water bottle filling stations
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Accessibility

  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Aira service - wearable tech to assist people with visual impairments
  • Assistance points
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • Pathfinders and volunteers
  • Telecommunications device for the deaf - TDD phones
  • Wheelchair assistance
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Restaurants

You'll find a bakery and a coffee shop at Baggage Claim, where you can grab a bite to eat and a drink before making your way out of the airport.
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Shopping

There's a newsstand in the Baggage Claim area.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage
  • Currency exchange
  • Pet relief area
  • Smoking areas
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Accessibility

  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Aira service - wearable tech to assist people with visual impairments
  • Braille signage in elevators
  • Telecommunications device for the deaf - TDD phones
  • Wheelchair assistance

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