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Airport food: SEA or SFO?

blkery Apr 12, 2010 11:41 PM

I have my choice of layovers for an upcoming flight - all others things are equal. Which terminal would be a better place to spend two hours for dinner - SEA or SFO? I have bad luck with out of terminal options. I've never been to Anthony's but it sounds more promising than Anchor Brewing in SFO.

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    Colin2 RE: blkery Apr 13, 2010 03:58 PM

    The fish tacos at the SEA Anthony's are my regular airport lunch.

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      cocktailhour RE: blkery Apr 13, 2010 04:00 PM

      Seattle, I think. I only remember lousy food at SFO. Also, it is larger with more terminals, so it's easier to get around SEA.

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        QAW RE: blkery Apr 13, 2010 06:14 PM

        As someone that goes through Sea-Tac about 5-6 times per year, Anthony's has never disappointed, and should be regarded as one of the better airport options in the U.S. - fresh fish, reasonably priced wines by airport standards, and a nice setting in the Pacific Marketplace.

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          PaqpIn RE: blkery Apr 13, 2010 06:18 PM

          We have always had good luck at Anthony's in the airport. Nice service and they will let you sit there and not rush you. Also all things being equal you run the risk of fog and delays at SFO.

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            eat.rest.repeat RE: blkery Apr 14, 2010 12:49 AM

            SEA is much better. As many have said, Anthony's is very good for airport food. Plus, there are good places to drink some local brews or some wine and there are some good shopping places there too, like Fireworks.

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