This is Alaskan diner food. But it's not a diner, it's a spectacular piece of old Alaska! To get there, take a right leaving the airport, take a left at the fork in the road and keep going until the Road Ends!
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They closed for a few years and just reopened under new ownership. Haven't been yet but hearing good things.
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