Alaska Restaurants

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Alaska Restaurants

  • Simon and Seaforts

    Anchorage Restaurants

    This was a great seafood restaurant, but it also does Steaks and Poultry. Don't be put off by the less than distinguished entrance, being inside a downtown office building because the views of the Cook Inlet are excellent. Also don’t be scared of having to wait in the bar area because the bar staff are great and you can even order you starters at...

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  • Annabelle's Keg & Chowder House

    Ketchikan Restaurants

    Annabelle's is actually two places in one. One side has a unique & massive, carved wooden bar, wood floor and mirrors from the earlier part of the 20th century. The bar is very long with brass rails and flanked by numerous chairs and tables set up for a meal or an order from the bar. The other side is a more refined restaurant setting with...

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  • Harborside Coffee

    Kodiak Restaurants

    After a decade or so of having Downtown Harborside be my exclusive coffee shop on Kodiak Island my experience today will have me changing my "coffee auto-pilot". Of the 4 employees working (1 girl in training) they rather make small talk then serve coffee. Leaving me in line to wait while they hear about the new hunting dog the customer in front of...

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  • Glacier Brewhouse

    Anchorage Restaurants

    I was here twice, once for lunch and once for dinner, everything we tried was really good. Service was really good. The beers are great here, but do not ignore the wines. The wines are made around the corner at their sister restaurant.

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  • Ocean View Restaurante

    Ketchikan Restaurants

    They have mixed options available for a reasonable price. They focus on Mexican and Italian, you'll find seafood on the menu (Ketchikan is on an island). This restaurant is popular with the locals. There are very friendly, efficient staff working there, and a lot for a long time. It isn't as small town as you'd think, yet the staff seem to get to...

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  • Henry's

    Kodiak Restaurants

    I've quickly developed an affinity to this place. Good food, excellent service, nice atmosphere and always crowded. Open for lunch and dinner with a different special each day. From burgers, to seafood to steaks and wide selection. Haven't had anything yet that wasn't just great. The Friday night Prime Rib Dinner was outstanding last night....

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  • Gwennies

    Anchorage Restaurants

    I had food poisoning there and when I called and complained they were beyond rude. My boyfriend talked me into going again and then got terrible food poisening and they denied it and refused to do anything about it, even with the doctor's note.

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  • Chartroom

    Kodiak Restaurants

    The Chartroom is the Best Western Kodiak Inn's in-house restaurant. It is as close as we get to fine dining in Kodiak. It has a great view looking over the harbor and a small but decent wine list. Table cloths and a quiet setting. A sliding glass door seperates it from the bar and smoking area. Locally caught fish is available most nights. It is...

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  • Snow Goose

    Anchorage Restaurants

    Decent pub grub in downtown Anchorage. Went with a group for a business meal. I had the fish tacos which were excellent. The King Crab was also good. Steamed clams also decent. Nice view looking north over the port although a bit open and noisy. With so many excellent choices for good restaurants I'm not sure how soon I'll go back.

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  • End of the Road

    Kodiak Restaurants

    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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  • Club Paris

    Anchorage Restaurants

    Club Paris has been an institution of Anchorage since the 30's. One of the best, if not the best, steakhouses in Alaaska. Small and dimly lighted, it has served out consistently superior steaks since it opened. Be sure to call for a reservation - call way ahead if you want to eat there Friday or Saturday night. I recently (2012) discovered they...

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  • Humpys

    Anchorage Restaurants

    Humpy's represents Anchorage well with the quality of it's dishes. The "Specials" are beyond the pale and a very good value. That's why they are called specials. Humpy's has a downtown location so parking can be an issue of parking on the street or going to a parking garage or private lot. There is a nice balanced mix of locals and visitors who...

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  • Coffee, Fjords and Wifi

    Very friendly, cosy small cafe in the heard of Seward downtown. Great place to chill, grab a coffee or one of their yummie sandwiches or paninis (really tasty in comparison to many of other tourists traps in Seward!) and enjoy free wifi to upload your latest shot of a jumping whale.... Italian Panini - yes, it isn't seafood but good price for nice...

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  • Small But Big on Taste

    The Chowder House is a super small building but the soups and sandwiches are big on taste. It is a great little place to have lunch. Corn Halibut Chowder is absolutely delicious.

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  • Soup kitchen?

    The Bake Shop is a great place to have lunch. Soup and sandwiches are the order of the day, but save room for one of the gigantic cinnamon rolls! The aroma is unbelievable! If you choose to eat outside at one of the many picnic tables, you will be surrounded by some of the most beautiful flowers you've ever seen. Any sandwich and bowl of soup you...

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  • BAR AND MEETINGPOINT OF THE YOUTH

    GREAT GRILL AND BAR , THE INTERIOR IS VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNED , NICE FRIENDLY STUFFS AND THE MEALS ARE TASTY , WE STOPPED THERE TWICE BURGER WITH FRENCH FRIES OPENED : 11:30 am -02:00 am

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  • Good food with no fuss

    Good food with no fuss, liked the homely atmosphere and the enthusiastic friendly service. Loved the crockery!! A collection of many mismatched cups and plates etc., helped to give it the at home feel. Heart attack breakfast

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  • Awesome Sushi!

    I wasn't expecting much from a Chinese restaurant attached to the hotel that we were staying at (the Totem Square Inn), but Whoa!! Did I ever get a nice surprise! If you are ever in Sitka, stop in and try ANYTHING from the sushi menu and you will be blown away! Baked Scallop Roll: Heaven on a plate! Succulent scallops and seasoned mushrooms on top...

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  • Home Style Cooking in Sterling

    Based on PA2AKgirl's tip, I stopped at Suzie's Cafe in Sterling on my way from Homer to Seward. It is located in a small log cabin. It was only about half full when I arrived around 5:30 PM, but was packed and had a waiting line before I finished eating. The menu included halibut, country fried steak, prime rib, steak and chicken dishes. There was...

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  • Best hangout pizza in the region

    Fun, sports barish (brewery/pizzaria) atmosphere brings you there, excellent pizza and other great food keeps you there. Great pizza, healthy toppings, off the beaten path combinations of toppings, neat names (backpacker, etc), super high quality salads and more. This place is a great local favorite and wonderful all around family dining...

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  • The beer is GREAT!

    The beer made on site is excelent! The food is of top quality and this place makes the Alaska experience just that much better. The calimari

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  • At the end of the pavement

    There aren't many options for food on the Denali Highway...there aren't many options for any services, really. And after a night of camping, we really wanted to get into someplace warm with coffee. The Tangle River Inn is located 20 miles into the highway, still on the pavement and has pretty much everything--a place to stay, full menu, guided...

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  • Great Food but expensive!

    This restaurant offers a scenic view of Kachemak Bay and fresh oysters, halibut and salmon. A meal here runs about $16 and up depending on your order. Be prepared to wait awhile for your food in Alaska. The raw oysters on a half shell were delicious. The fried halibut and salmon was lighly breaded and tasty.

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  • This is Cantwell...

    This isn't the place to visit if you're looking for an upscale restaurant near Denali.(something I don't quite understand...if you're visiting a national park why would you eat at a fancy place?) but it is very...authentic. Located between "Glitter Gulch" and yet another Princess Lodge (the McKinley), the Cantwell Lodge is a totally different...

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  • A little but popular place in Hope

    I love little restaurants/cafes and in Hope, there's a great one. First it's open all year, a huge bonus for us. It's one of the first places you see when you get into Hope--right in back of the sign that welcomes you. We've been to Hope a few times and there are always cars parked in front of the restaurant so we had to try it out too. Even in the...

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  • Street Food

    Someone told me I really needed to try a Reindeer Sausage from one of the street vendor’s downtown. Now normally I would avoid street food like the plague, but this sounded too good to be missed and it was. Kind of like a spicy bratwurst served on a bun with caramelized onions. Reindeer, the other red meat! Reindeer Sausage grilled on a bun with...

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  • Seafood Buffet in a Garden

    Some may think this place is a little too touristy especially there were a group of people from the cruise arriving when we were there. Aside from that, there really isnt anything I can pick on. The atmosphere is a relaxed garden setting. People working there seem to be enjoying their time as much as we are. We found out the reason after chatting...

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  • Cute place near Sterling

    Between a (kinda) large city full of restaurants and 2 smaller cities full of restaurants lies Sterling. It's a little place that might be easy to miss but a giant thing that is possibly a coffee cup for an espresso joint stands out along the road. THAT you cannot miss. And then, by default, you cannot miss Suzie's either. We first ate here in the...

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  • Restaurant near the Yukon

    A cannot really compare as i didn't visit too many restaurants while in the States. What makes it so special? Definitely not the quality / price of the food. But if you stop by in front of the restaurant you will see the Trans Alaskan Pipeline ahead, the Yukon River on your right and the endless tundra on the left. It's quite special I guess. The...

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  • Great food in Tok

    Fast Eddys is known throughout Alaska and here on VT as the place to eat in Tok. It’s not the only place, but it’s the best one. Open late and open all year, it’s already better than many restaurants across the state. We had both dinner and breakfast here and both experiences were wonderful. When we went in for dinner, the power went out from a...

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  • Dine where Capt. Hazelwood Got Drunk

    One of the disappointments about Alaska is that there were very few special restaurants. However, there is one must visit restaurant bar if your in Valdez: the Pipeline Club. While you can eat an excellent dinner there (I had salmon) the real reason to go is to have a drink in the very same bar where Exxon Valdez Capt. Joseph Hazelwood famously got...

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  • Prime Rib

    If you're looking for a big piece of meat, this is the place to go. In addition to the best Prime Rib in the world, they have impressive Shrimp, Halibut, and Lobster plates as well. Another feature is the best all you can eat salad bar in town and yummy home made desserts. Everything is good, but people come here for the Prime Rib!

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  • World Class Drinkers Hall of Fame

    Ivory Jacks is a venue that caters to those on more of a liquid diet. Don't get me wrong, there is bar food, fine dining, and breakfast on the weekends, but make no mistake, this a place one goes to drink. If in town for a visit, I may be sitting at the bar. If not, check out my photo on the Ivory Jack's World Class Drinker's Hall of Fame. The...

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  • Dare to try this burger !

    You should try the McKinley Burger at the McDonalds in Alaska. Just when you think Big Mac is huge, you should check out this huge burger which is named after the highest mountain in North America which is located at Alaska.

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  • Seafood

    Seafood such as salmon, scallops, king crabs, halibut etc are very fresh, tasty and the portions are very big indeed ! The seafood in Alaska is great !

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  • Restaurant at Chena Hot Springs

    Do not eat at this restaurant!!! The food was absolutely horrible in both freshness and preparation. When we tried to inform the manager (perhaps owner??) that we were not enjoying our meal, he became downright hostile and basically accused us of trying to get out of paying. He asked why we had waited so long to complain. First of all, the reason...

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  • Dessert Buffet

    A dessert buffet was featured one night on the Lido Deck at 10:00 pm. The buffet displayed an unbelievable variety of desserts. What was even more amazing to me was how most people loaded up their plates. Cream puffs piled on top of blueberry cheesecakes, on top of boston cream pie, on top of flourless chocolate cake, with chocolate truffles...

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  • All you can eat

    Everything you've heard about eating on cruise ships is absolutely true. You can pig out until you can't eat any more and then you can keep on eating. There were two main dining options on the ms Statendam -- the more formal dining room or the less formal buffet on the Lido deck. We opted for the dining room. Advance reservations are required - we...

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  • PIZZA BURGER SEAFOOD SANDWICH SOUP

    ONE OF THE RESTAURANTS OF TOK VILLAGE , THE RESTAURANT IS VERY POPULAR BY TOURISTS AS WELL BY THE NATIVES I TESTED BURGER AS WELL AS THE BREAKFAST , VERY TASTY

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  • Great Food Selection on the Ship

    Being a vegetarian (no fish/chicken/beef/pork) I was a little apprehensive about the cruise food. However I was very impressed with the variety & selection on board. Since I was in a single cabin, I opted for room service every night . After several days when i had tried everything on the regular room service menu, I just requested the dining room...

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  • Snow City Rocks!!

    Snow City has excellent choices for any meal especially if you prefer vegan dishes. They have a wide variety of breakfast options with delicious omlets. They also serve sandwiches, soups, and espresso. This cafe is deffinately worth your time. Some evenings they have live music also. Farmer's Market Omlet-- the vegatables are fresh with plenty of...

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  • Diners with local delicates

    You don't need to go to 'special' restaurant to taste some Alaskan specialities. Even chains like Denny's offer Alaskan food at their northern diners. Usually, naturally, you will get more tasty Alaskan style with the restaurants advertising with their halibut, crab, moose specialities, BUT it doens't need to be so. You can even taste your salmon...

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  • Fresh Seafood is Just a Cast Away!!

    One of the best meals you can have on your Alaska travels is one that you cook yourself. Almost everyone that visits Alaska will wet a line at some point whether on their own or with a guide. However, I have run into a lot of people who simply freeze and ship everything home. Do yourself a favor and at least once on your trip treat yourself to...

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  • Yummy Halibut

    Halibut. That's the best fish in the world. Juts simply, try it. The better you won't get anywhere. Halibut is an Alaskan fish and Alaskans know how to prepare it. Good, yummy, tasty. Even local Denny's serve halibut. Mmm... Halibut is one of the largest fish in the sea.They can grow to more than 8 ft long and 700 lbs. Halibut weighing in at more...

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  • Try local beers

    They do lots of beer in Alaska. There are many local brewerys and then the big Alaskan Brewing Company, which makes products like Alaskan Amber, Alaskan Pale, Alaskan Stout etc...I am not a huge fan of beer, but lighter choices are better tasting and yes, US beer is definitely better than dark European... :) Sorry guys. Moose's tooth is an awesome...

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