Even though travel plans were uncertain at points over the past few years, Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA) Airport, aka Sea-Tac, has been working on making the airport bigger and better. Most recently they’ve focused on the N Concourse which president of Port of Seattle Commission Sam Cho describes as “a gem of the airport.” Here’s a look at what’s new and what makes the N Concourse so special.

In the redesign, the goal was to stay true to the PNW. That means you’ll find 9 new retailers including local businesses like Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, Filson, The Bad Egg Breakfast Bar, Openspace Taproom, Pike and Pine and sodoPOP.

You’ll additionally find international food and beverage offerings including Wendy’s, Natalie’s Candy and Costa Coffee.

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“The N Concourse is a gem of the airport, and these dining and retail additions continue to give passengers more of what they want and love,”said Port of Seattle Commission President Sam Cho.

“Along with the public art and local music stage, they complete the latest phase of redevelopment that will be seen across the airport in the years to come. I also appreciate the recognition by international favorites like Costa Coffee that SEA is a place to be to reach travelers locally and from around the world.”

So next time you’re flying out, keep your fingers crossed that you have the good luck of flying from the N Concourse. Or if you happen to have a lot of extra time or a layover, consider hopping on the terminal train to check it out.