Traveler’s Guide to Seward, Alaska

 

Restaurants

Breeze Inn
Family-style.  The restaurant at Breeze Inn provides fun, family-friend dining with a view of the marina.
Gene’s Place
Fine dining.  The Hotel Seward’s Victorian lounge is an elegant choice for romantic evening meals.
The Resurrection Roadhouse
Fine dining.  The Resurrection Roadhouse of the Windsong Lodge serves well-priced and delicious Alaskan lunches in a laid-back, atmosphere.  For a real treat, eat outside on sunny days.
Apollo Restaurant
Mediterranean fusion.  Just two blocks from the Alaska Sealife Center, Apollo Restaurant serves fresh seafood in the style of Greece and Italy, and will even prepare your catch!
Salmon Bake Restaurant and Pub
Pub food.  Serving crab legs and other fare, the Salmon Bake Restaurant and Pub features beers from Glacier BrewHouse and Moose’s Tooth of Anchorage.  Inquire about lodging.
Crab Pot Grill
Surf and turf.  Located in downtown Seward, Crab Pot Grill is an excellent choice when king crab is in season.
Le Barn Appetit Inn, B&B, and Creperie
Something different.  The Creperie on Old Exit Glacier Rd. is smart way to mix things up at mealtime.  Inquire about staying in the attached bed and breakfast.
Christo’s Palace
Variety.  Christo’s caters to the group that just can’t decide what they want to eat; they serve everything from Thai basil chicken to enchiladas, fried halibut, and pizza.
Peking Restaurant
Chinese.  Peking Restaurant represents your favorite Chinese fare in Seward.

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