Subway

18613 International Blvd,SeaTac WallyPark
Seatac, 98188
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I was so amazed at the cleanliness of this place that I just had to add the business on here and write a review. The gal came out and greeted me and was quick to get started on my order. The food was typical subway- a decent sandwich made right in front of you, exactly how u want it. The cookies are soft and chewy, YUM. Price was like 10 bucks for all of it. And I was stuffed but didn't feel too guilty lol. I would come back to this location based on cleanliness alone.

(206) 436-8570

Fast Food, Sandwiches

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Sunnydale Saloon

14404 Des Moines Memorial Dr S
SeaTac, 98168
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(206) 246-2029

Bars, Beer, Wine & Spirits

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The BBQ Schacht

19231 Des Moines Memorial Dr
SeaTac, 98148
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Delicious, tender bbq'd meats! A great find in the area. Sides are nothing to write home about but the meats more than make up for it. A future return is inevitable, though it will likely be a takeout experience rather than a dine in.
I travel quite a bit and stumbled across this place on yelp. I really don't see any restaurant get a full five stars so I had to check it out. I love to support locally owned and operated restaurants rather than the big chains. This place is far from fancy and only has about a half a dozen tables to eat in. They cook everything on real pits right outside. The rub is homemade and if you like your BBQ wet the sauce on the tables is also homemade and has an excellent flavor with a nice kick to it. My recommendation is to give this one a shot. You will not be disappointed with the food.
This is what you were looking for when you just wanted that true bbq quality. This is BBQ pitmasters worthy for sure. I love the lil' sis (a small version of a sampler) and I just had the beef rib Friday. I ate just the rib with no sides and I was full. Worth every penny. If I was to have 1 complaint it would be the the beans are not my favorite. Thanks Mike for putting out delicious bbq from a guy who loves delicious bbq.

(206) 878-8931

Barbeque

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Aunt Becky’s Deli

19110 Des Moines Memorial Dr
SeaTac, 98148
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(206) 246-1115

Delis

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Star Coffee Restaurant

16005 International Blvd
Seatac, 98188
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(206) 941-8805

Ethiopian, Coffee & Tea

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Teriyaki and Wok

16256 Military Rd S,Ste 110
SeaTac, 98188
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(206) 444-6523

Asian Fusion, Chinese

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Taqueria El Rinconsito

15245 International Blvd
SeaTac, 98188
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(206) 835-2900

Mexican, Sandwiches

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Sharps Roasthouse

18427 International Blvd
Seatac, 98188
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We happened to stay in SeaTac while home hunting, and found this gem of a place! My husband got, in his words "the best prime rib sandwich of my f@&king life, and an excellent Old Fashion (it's a drink)". There house bourbon is very good. I got the mixed platter, and it was juicy, flavorful, and plate licking good! I do believe my drinks were a little strong, but easily forgiven if you don't have to drive. The service was fine, not outstanding, but it was very late at night. They seemed friendly but a little distracted. I will be recommending this to everyone who eats meat! (Note: no good option for vegetarians and very little "white meat" options for those who don't care for red meat.)
I feel torn about this review. I learned of this place for a lunch meeting I had with my work, and it was fantastic! I had the Northwest Style Salmon Cake Salad and it was extremely good, and filling! I was so excited for the other food listed on the menu, and the place smelled delicious, that I decided to have my husband and I go to this location a week later. This is where I was extremely confused. It was horrible! The gentleman took our order, and forgot what drinks we asked for, and then forgot to put the request in. I asked for Traditional Brown Derby Cobb (18$) and my husband the St. Louis Cut Baby-Back Ribs (He is from St. Louis so he was excited, 22.5$) The salad came out and the chicken tasted like it had been sitting in the fridge for a few days, in the very back. Very dry, and the amount was so-so, usually would spend about 13$ for this, and at other places you'd even get a roll or something with it. The Baby-Back ribs were pretty good, but the coleslaw and bean side were very bland and tasted store bought. Afterwards it took forever to get our check and they tried to charge us double for our drinks. If I did not try this place out for dinner this place would get 5 stars, but the dinner was just not good.
Really good has chicken sliders they were very flavorful and i was very impressed!!!!!

(206) 241-5744

American (Traditional), Barbeque, American (New)

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Masae’s Teriyaki

19021 International Blvd
Seatac, 98188
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(206) 241-6231

Japanese

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13 Coins Restaurant

18000 International Blvd
SeaTac, 98188
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A generous three stars. This place is like going through The Time Tunnel back to 1960. I'm not sure if they're trying for a theme or they just can't afford an update. I had an okay Sapphire martini and a pedestrian shrimp cocktail, but the Cobb was hard to figure. A third of the plate on one side was a mound of bacon. A lot. Leftovers from breakfast? On the other side was an equally large portion of diced tomatoes. In between were the usual suspects. The bacon was almost shredded and dry, and I didn't get what they were trying for. When the waitress came she said, "A lot of tomatoes , huh?" Yes. Why? I guess they get biz being next to SeaTac. Just barely okay.
There is nothing like having gourmet food available any hour of the day. I've been here at around 3-4am a few times in the last few months to satisfy the late night (more like super early morning in this case) hunger. The service has always been consistently good and so is the food. However, to the level the price dictates. But who can argue that 13 Coins has zero competition at midnight or later.
A few things about 13 coins for Yelpers used to the trendiest gastro,authentic,hipsters hangouts. 13 coins ain't that. Go somewhere else if that'swhat you want and please don't complain about it if you do come. 13 coins sits in a very specific type of Mid Century establishment somewhere between Mad Men and The Wonder Years. When I was a young kid this was the kind of place my parents went to for dinner; If I was lucky I'd get to go along with the promise of some delicious desert if I behaved. The first thing you notice is that nothing is light. There are heavy tables, thick stools at the exhibition counter, manly dark colors and menus the size of bibles. Nothing light about the food either. Huge portions of protein and starch. Prime Rib, Steak, chicken livers, pasta as a side and deserts designed to cause diabetes. Not to mention the little Antipasti tray of salami, olives and veggies and dip. This was standard when I was a kid and something I always looked forward to. Now it's something you usually need to order here it's free. The location is near the airport and that's what it looks like. An airport lounge circa 1972 replete with the Stewardess(not flight attendant) lithograths on the walls, and waitresses wearing mini skirts and gogo boots. The food is good, not great, but well prepared and filling. On a crappy night when I was taking my wife to the airport to see her sick mom, the cocktails and comfort food were just what was needed. She had Prime Rib which was decent and I had Chicken Livers which are hard to find in restaurants and delicious. This place is exactly what it intends to be and does it well, 20 something hipsters not withstanding.

(206) 243-9500

Bars, Breakfast & Brunch, American (Traditional)

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