Nature April 24, 2018
This Restaurant Way Out In The Alaska Countryside Has The Best Doggone Food You’ve Tried In Ages
The Resurrection Roadhouse in Seward is a delicious place to eat in an absolutely breathtaking locale. From downtown Seward, a winding road meanders up into the Exit Glacier Valley. There the Roadhouse lies in a meadow, the rushing Resurrection River flowing alongside and the spruce forest tucking in all around. Stay at the adjoining Seward Windsong Lodge or just head here for a delectable meal in a gorgeous location. You’ll love the food, and the view, at the Resurrection Roadhouse in Seward.
Seward Windsong Lodge
31772 Herman Leirer Rd.
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This fine dining establishment is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the summer season from late May to September. You can visit the Resurrection Roadhouse any time you are in Seward.
Tucked away in the Exit Glacier Valley, the views are stupendous. Standing amongst the towering mountains, vibrant spruce forest, and along the Resurrection River, you'll be in a pristine wildness paradise.
There is indoor seating with large picture windows or the lovely deck for the sun-lovers. Every seat in the house has a view of this incredible scenery.
The chef is creative with dishes like this Chilled Asparagus and Prosciutto Salad, topped with goat cheese, Spanish olives, capers, sundried tomatoes, chopped eggs, and shaved prosciutto then drizzled with cranberry-apple cider vinaigrette.
They serve your standard burgers and fries, and of course a wide selection of local Alaskan microbrews. They are also known for their extensive wine cellar and will recommend a great pairing with your meal.
Their homemade herb crust is a favorite option on the many kinds of pizza they offer, baked to perfection in the wood-fired oven. After a day of hiking in the area, pizza might be just the thing.
Try the pan-seared fresh Alaskan salmon filet over mushrooms and cream. The bounty of the Prince William Sound is right outside the door in Seward and fresh Alaskan seafood is always on the menu.
The firm, cold-water flesh of the halibut makes a juicy, pure white steak that works especially well fried. They've paired it with a lemon sauce and you'll agree that the seafood here is absolute perfection.
Desserts are made in-house and often feature fresh local Alaskan berries. This fresh berry custard tart with homemade ice cream was one such special offering, but there is always a sweet treat to accompany the meal.
Head here for breakfast, lunch or dinner and this could be the view from your table. Enjoy the fabulous Resurrection Roadhouse in Seward for a beautiful place to dine on delicious food.
For a great 360-degree view of the lodge
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