Alaska February 15, 2018
The Alaska Steakhouse In The Middle Of Nowhere That’s One Of The Best On Earth
Fox, a village of 400, lies in the Northern Interior at the intersection of the Steese Highway
and the Elliott Highway. One of the main attractions in the village is a rustic steakhouse that draws steak-lovers from all over the Alaskan countryside. Their juicy, tender steaks and elaborate salad bar are the subjects of many day-dreams during long days mining.
This steakhouse in the quaint little town of Fox is a fine dining destination in the Tanana Valley. They are open daily at 5 p.m. for dining. Reservations are recommended, especially in the summer time.
Meals begin with adorable, tiny loaves of homemade fresh bread. The Turtle Club has a simple menu and excels at the steakhouse classics.
Their Turtle Club Salad Bar is known far and wide for being fresh, overflowing with variety, and on ice. Any entree comes with salad bar and rice or baked potato.
Even at a steakhouse, Alaskan's can't stop craving fresh local seafood. King Crab legs are available as an appetizer or entree and are flown up from the water of Alaska.
The trio of baked potato accompaniments features fresh, crumbled bacon by the cup full for your condiment needs.
They only have one kind of steak: Prime Rib. And it is a popular choice. The juicy, succulent meat comes in a variety of sizes and cuts: The Foxy Cut at 12 oz, Turtle at 16 oz. and the Miner's at 24 oz.
You can add King Crab to your steak for a truly decadent Alaska dining experience. They also have lobster tail, shrimp cocktail, halibut, and shrimp for the seafood lover.
They offer a full dessert tray of delicacies that we hope you have room to indulge in.
Head to the Turtle Club for the best Alaskan Steakhouse experience. The cuisine is divine, the service stellar, and the experience perfect for a special occasion dining out in Alaska.
The Turtle Club
Mile 10 Old Steese Highway
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