Alaska October 15, 2018
The 12 Very Best Places In Alaska To Get Pumpkin Pie
Pumpkin pie is the perfect thing for a cool fall day or a special dinner party. Head to these restaurants in Alaska for the best pumpkin pie the state has to offer. You’ll agree that all of these options are a delicious way to enjoy the cool weather. With flaky crust, creamy pumpkin filling and mounds of whipped cream, you’ll find it hard to stop taking pumpkin pie adventures this fall in Alaska.
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1. The Moose is Loose, 44278 Sterling Highway, Soldotna
Please note, The Moose is Loose is no longer in business.
This is widely renowned as an excellent place for pie. They also have doughnuts, cookies, pastries as well as pies, all fresh made and ridiculously good.
2. Pie in the Sky, 223 Seward Street, Juneau
Please note, Pie in the Sky is no longer in business.
Follow your nose to this tasty bakery that fills the streets with the sweet smells of homemade pie and other sweets. The perfect thing to off-set the gloomy days of Juneau in the fall.
3. Talkeetna Roadhouse, Main Street, Talkeetna
Head to this Alaskan favorite for pie before and after mountaineering, skiing, hiking or otherwise adventuring in the fabulous town of Talkeetna.
4. McCafferty's Coffee House, 408 Cushman Street, Fairbanks
This downtown location is cozy and warm in the winter, and the pies and sweets are delicious. Head here for coffee drinks and pumpkin pie.
5. Village Inn, 1130 East Northern Lights Blvd., Anchorage
A standard location for diner fare, they create consistently excellent baked goods in their bright case. Pumpkin pie is in season all winter long.
6. Lulu's Bread & Bagels, 364 Chena Pump Road, Fairbanks
This classic bagel shop has homemade breads, sandwiches, coffee and pastries. Their pumpkin pie boasts a thick crust and a light, creamy filling. You'll love their version of the classic.
7. Hilltop Truck Stop, 3711 Elliott Highway, Fairbanks
This classic truck stop diner is known up and down the haul road for their pies. The favorite pumpkin pie of the ice road truckers.
8. A Pie Stop, 3020 Minnesota Drive Suite 1A, Anchorage
The huge variety of homemade pies will delight your senses and you'll be forced to take more than one pie home to your loved ones.
9. Discovery Cafe, Mile 165 Hope Rd, Hope
In this historic town of Hope you'll find this excellent stop for delicious pie. They also have tasty breakfast served all day.
10. Kriner's Diner, 2409 C Street, Anchorage
This Anchorage mainstay is known for huge portions and awesome breakfasts, but they also have divine pies by the slice.
11. Suzie's Cafe, Mile 82.7 Sterling Highway, Sterling
Please note, Suzie's Café is no longer in business.
Try this roadhouse style diner for tasty pies and burgers in ample portions. Top any meal off with a slice of pie, fresh form the kitchen.
12. Fire Island Rustic Bake Shop, 1343 G Street, Anchorage
This elegant bake shop may be called rustic, but the pies are works of art. Come to this spot any time of year for seasonal treats, and of course their pumpkin pie is to-die-for.
More on Kriner’s Diner in
The Pies At This Historic Restaurant In Alaska Will Blow Your Taste Buds Away. More on The Moose Is Loose in The Alaska Bakery In The Middle Of Nowhere That’s One Of The Best On Earth.
Have you had pumpkin pie at any of these places? Tell us about it in the comments below.