We have 3-hour layover at SEA TAC tomorrow - what's our best bet for lunch?
or, in the funky & old school (but fun) department:
Anything actually edible within the airport?
It is a chain, but as airport food goes, it is more than decent:
We usually eat at Anthony's if we've got time to kill. Try their seasonal dessert/drink specials.
I think Seatac is actually one of the better airports for dining options. You should be fine.
Restaurants are not allowed to charge higher prices at Sea-Tac than they normally charge.
Anthonys is a good choice for the airport.
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