What’s the best coffee shop in Seattle’s airport?

What’s the best coffee shop in Seattle’s airport?

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  1. I’m a little embarrassed to admit I don’t know which coffee shop in SeaTac is best. I almost always fly on American in terminal D, so I swing through Starbucks. I like Starbucks, but that’s not very helpful since anyone in the world can go to Starbucks.
    To partially redeem myself, I’ll give you a few of my favorite coffee shops in the Puget Sound region (in no particular order). I like strong, dark coffee and do not care much for the caramelized taste that some roasters produce. Other people love that molasses/caramel aftertaste.
    Fremont Coffee—In the town of Fremont just north of downtown Seattle. They roast their own and their flagship roast is “Boneshaker”. It is fantastic. Plus the baristas are true artists in making cool designs in the foam on your latte.
    Mercury Coffee—The big shop in Bellevue is really cool. I’ve only been there once and didn’t have hot coffee, but I’d love to go back and try their coffee.
    Caffe Umbria—The shop in Pioneer Square has really good coffee. You can buy their beans at most grocery stores, too.
    Caffe D’Arte—They have a shop in downtown Seattle on Yesler, but they also supply a lot of the little kiosks around the area. It’s very smooth and tasty coffee.
    Tony’s Coffee—I don’t think they have a shop, but they sell their beans in some of the grocery stores. It’s very smooth and not acid-y.
    Caffe Appasionato—Shops in Magnolia and Wallingford. Their coffee is excellent.
    Silver Cup, Urban City, and Fulcrum—Operated by a good friend of mine. They have a top level coffee roaster on staff. They supply a lot of the kiosks around the area.
    I’m sure there are many more that I’m not thinking of, but those are a few you should try.

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