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South of McKinley Village, this stylish timber-frame hideaway is quintessentially modern Alaskan: locally owned, organic and fervently committed to both the community and environment. Everything is made on-site, including the bread and butter, and the menu changes daily, though it usually features local game dishes and a veritable cornucopia of vegetarian options.
And don’t worry if you can’t finish every mouthful: scraps go to feed local sled dogs. Reservations definitely recommended.