Visit Olivia’s, The Small Town Restaurant In Alaska That’s Been Around Since The 1950s
Alaska is a top destination for many because of the unique and gorgeous nature on display throughout the entire state. We’re talking glaciers, seas, mountains, and more. Naturally, Alaska attracts a lot of explorers, extreme sports fans, and wildlife enthusiasts, but Alaska also has a great dining scene. And while that’s evident in Alaska’s bigger cities, even its smaller towns boast some pretty incredible meals.
Take Olivia’s at the Historic Skagway Inn, which has been around since 1950, for example. (Not to mention that the Skagway Inn itself dates back to the 1890s if you can believe it). Located in the tiny town of Skagway — we’re talking barely over 1,000 residents — Olivia’s offers incredibly fresh, delicious food and cozy-chic vibes.
Pair all this good food with anything from a fresh mojito to an Alaskan draft beer after a day of exploring Skagway. Oh, and there are cooking demonstrations done at Olivia’s too, so you can learn exactly how your favorite foods were cooked. You won’t forget your dining experience here. For more information, you can visit Olivia’s Bistro online.
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