Visited here in mid August ’16 on vacation while waiting for my flight out. Not a bad place as far as airport bars/restaurants go. Have about 20 or so Washington based craft on tap, typical airport prices, but not outrageous like some can be. Not just your run of the mill Redhook and Pyramid either, list goes pretty deep. Food is serviceable, plenty of choices and again, not outrageously priced for an airport. Service left a little to be desired, but once they got to our table, all was good. Place to go at SEA if you have the time.
Pretty good selection for an airport, and definitely the best place at SEATAC out of a few options. They had a bunch of taps I hadn’t had before, mostly Washington local stuff with lots of hops. I’m sure if you are from around here they wouldn’t be that exciting though. Food was good - I had a burger. They’ll let you try beers out, and overall the service was great for an airport.
Sort of a cramped, packed bar and restaurant with a rather extensive tap list. While they do have a lot of beers, a lot of them are sort of "meh". At least when it comes to ratings. Grabbed a glass of Georgetown Manny’s Pale.
Service here was sort of lackadaisical, at least at one of the bar tables. I had to go up to the bar to get my girlfriend refills of her soda. Whatever.
Better selection than most of the other places in the airport, but not sure it’s the best.
Probably the best variety of local beers I’ve seen at any airport. Nothing outside of pales, pils and ipas but all stuff Ive never had. Nothing great but a couple quick tips on your way out of town. Crappy common denominator menu.
Look -- this is an airport bar. What are you expecting, Toronado? I’ve rated without taking that into account except for a bump to overall.
Perfectly reasonable airport bar at the base of the B terminal. More like 16 taps than the 6 listed, most of which are pouring good if mainstream Washington state locals. A few rarities, not in the BA kumquot cacao nib sense, but in the <20 ratings from a mid-scale craft brewer sense. In other words, I’m able to get a new tick at my home airport. Gotta give some credit there. Food is airport food, around the median in quality -- wasabi lime salmon sandwich is more interesting than average but also much too dry.
A solid airport bar on the B concourse. A small bar, "inside" seats, and also tables outside so you can watch passers-by. It appears to have improved compared to prior reviews. At my visit there were at least 10 taps including Pyramid, Alaskan, Georgetown, Hales, Alpine, Lazy Boy, Fremont. The food was decent (actually the breakfast menu looked good, but unfortunately they only serve it until 10) and the dessert (a brownie sundae) was tasty. Definitely one of the better options as far as airport bars are concerned! I’d stop by again.