Alaska August 01, 2017
8 Picture Perfect Restaurants In Alaska That Belong On A Postcard
When you are in Alaska, why eat dinner at a run of the mill restaurant when you can make an adventure out of it? Head to these restaurants in Alaska and you will see the views of a lifetime while dining in style. Excellent fresh Alaskan seafood and innovative cuisine will pair perfectly with forested hillsides and mountains vistas. Enjoy dining at these picture perfect Alaskan restaurants with staggering views for a dining experience you’ll never forget.
1. Seven Glaciers Restaurant (1000 Arlberg Avenue, Girdwood, 99587)
Seven Glaciers is the elegant restaurant on the side mountain at the world class Alyeska ski resort. You can take the tram up summer or winter just to see the views of the seven glaciers dotting the valley. The Chugach Mountains are the real star of the show. The resort takes advantage of the proximity to the incredible fresh Alaskan seafood to offer an elegant menu that will please even the most discerning diners.
More information on the Seven Glaciers Restaurant here.
2. Cape Fox Lodge (800 Venetia Avenue, Ketchikan, 99901)
This delicious restaurant has the freshest Alaskan seafood, lying straight up the hill from the Downtown Ketchikan waterfront. Enjoy the view of the Tongass Narrows and the mountains of Ketchikan in the lush rainforest. You can watch bald eagles soar as you dine on fresh Alaskan cuisine.
More information on Ketchikan here.
3. Timberline Atop Mount Roberts (490 S Franklin Street, Juneau, 99801)
Straight off the dock in Juneau, the Mount Roberts tram takes you over 1800 feet up the staggering mountains of Juneau. Fresh Alaskan seafood is the star of the menu, but the lively atmosphere and excellent service really make the experience magical.
More information about Timberline here.
4. The Pump House (796 Chena Pump Road, Fairbanks, 99709)
5. Canyon Steakhouse (McKinley Chalet Resort, Mile 238.9 Parks Hwy., Denali National Park)
6. The Saltry (Ismailof Island, Halibut Cove)
This restaurant is tucked away on Halibut Cove, across the Kachemak Bay from Homer. This area is known for seafood, especially Kachemak Bay oysters, and they are incorporated into the menu. The experience is filled with art, bold flavors, and vivid ocean views.
More information about the Saltry here.
7. Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge (23601 S Talkeetna Spur,
With a clear view of the South side of Denali, Talkeetna is a mountain lovers nirvana. The Lodge has excellent classic fine dining and a clear view of the tallest peak in North America.
More information about Talkeetna here.
8. The Lodge at Black Rapids (Milepost 227.4 on the Richardson Highway, Delta)
Have you been to any of these scenic Alaskan restaurants? Tell us about it in the comments below!