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This cafe and the neighboring Skagway Fish House are on the path from town to the cruise docks. Despite this they both are more than tourist spots, drawing a large number of locals. The Stowaway has recently been sold, so let's hope that the new owners keep up the standards. It's not a large menu, but always includes breakfast items for those of us who like our breakfast at lunch. Closed in the off-season.
Favorite Dish: Best bets are the "Breakfast in a Box" and anything seafood, especially the grilled salmon sandwich.
Updated Jan 5, 2013
Address: 205 Congress Way
While everything is good, you come for the King Crab Legs and are very happy that you did. The view is of the area where small boats are berthed, which, weather permitting, provide a view of snow covered mountains behind. Like many restaurants in cruise ship ports the restaurant is closed in the off-season.
Favorite Dish: The Crab Legs are big and juicy, the halibut and chips is tasty and the beer is fine:)
Written Jan 5, 2013
Address: Adjacent to the Small Boat Harbor on Congress Way
On the edge of downtown, which is a short 7 block walk, is Skagway Brewing Company. Very popular with locals and cruisers alike, we were smart and got there early. As with much in Alaska it is a very simple place, no tourist hokeyness and good beer! We didn't meet an unfriendly Alaskan. We'd ask if they were native and if they weren't we would get wonderful stories of going north and falling in love with the state.
The food was fine. Again, nothing fancy, but flavorful.
Updated Jan 4, 2013
Address: 7th and Broadway
Liked the atmosphere, the choices of beer, the friendliness of the staff. I had the mac and cheese and it was excellent. My friend enjoyed his dinner too - just don't remember what he ate, but it disappeared quickly. We tried a couple of the beers and enjoyed them all. There seemed to be a number of students around, and it was loud, but acceptable.
Favorite Dish: The macaroni and cheese with chicken was great - good sized helping and very cheese-y! The dessert was great too.
Written Nov 5, 2012
Address: 7th and Broadway, Skagway, Alaska 99840
It's not exactly the most eye catching restaurant in Skagway, but it's an awesome place if you're looking for friendly service & awesome cajun food. They also have fresh seafood too! Take out, sit in, or sit out on the patio. Cash only. The nearest bank machine is located at the Wells Fargo on 6th Avenue & Broadway.
Favorite Dish: Blackened halibut with dirty rice. If you love spicy food, you'll enjoy the dirty rice!
Updated Jul 21, 2009
Address: 4th Avenue & State Street
Phone: (907) 983-2440
AFter our train ride and before the ferry left for Haines we had about an hour to find someplace to eat. We were overwhelmed with the crowds downtown and after trying a few restaurants downtown with standing room only we walked off main street looking for a quieter spot. We found it here at Skagway Pizza.
When we arrived at 4:00Pm we were the only ones there. As we sat eating a very good pizza, the place started filling up with locals and crew off the cruise ships - always a good sign. Nothing fancy, but clean, light and good food.
Favorite Dish: Large meat lovers pizza and a pitcher of Alaskan Amber. Doesn't get any better :)
Updated Jul 1, 2008
Address: 444 4th Ave
This restaurant is located about two hours away from my hometown (Whitehorse, Yukon- that's in Canada), and it's VERY well known around here. I've only been once or twice, but my mother goes at least three times a year JUST to have their halibut burger (I'm a vegetarian, so I have no idea what it is like :P) It os important to know that they are not open at all during the evenings, so heading over for breakfast or lunch may be your best bet.
Written Jun 10, 2008
Address: 315 Broadway Street
Starfire is hands down the best restaurant in Skagway and one of the best Thai food places ANYWHERE....How can this be? The chef and owner did extensive touring and studying in Thailand and it shows up in delectable ....authentic Thai dishes...and it packs some heat if you wish as well...from the Waterfall Salad to a variety of Pad Thai and amazing Rockfish and Curry dishes...out of this world soups...on and on...a great feast in a town so far away from this quality of dining.
Favorite Dish: Waterfall salad...it actually has marinated HOT HOT HOT beef strips in it as well WOW!!!
Written Jun 22, 2007
Address: 4th Avenue
The ambience isn't nothing great. Just your typical small café in Skagway. But the food is good and it's an a reasonable price, which is great, considering it's expensive to eat in this town.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish were the chicken tenders. Don't miss the homemade mixed berry pie. Ask for it warm, it's oh so good!
Written Sep 4, 2006
Great food, great beer selection...of course any place that has any Alaskan on tap is great...and this year no smoking!! TV to catch up on ESPN SportsCenter as well.
Favorite Dish: Stuffed Halibut
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Updated Jul 24, 2005
Address: On the Broadway Dock