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Hands down the best Indian food in all of Alaska...
This new and super-popular joint often has a line out the door. Besides burgers, you can get homemade curly fries ($3.75) or a halibut Caesar salad ($15.50). There is lots of seating and the line moves fast.
In the morning, tourists and locals flock here for the Alaska-sized breakfasts. Lunch is all about burgers and sandwiches, while dinner has decent seafood.
Cozy up in this historic home with a breakfast sandwich, homemade soup or hot espresso drink. It’s a sweet little place to duck out of the rain.
Locally loved, this place serves large portions of serviceable Mexican food on the cheap, and has a cold selection of Mexican beer.
Valdez’ newest joint is trying hard. It’s a bit haphazard inside, but the pizzas are good and there are at least a dozen beers on tap.
This menu has a wide selection of decent burgers and sandwiches, which you can enjoy on the bright, covered sundeck.
This locals’ favorite specializes in Italian dinners, but also has a few Mexican dishes to spice things up.
Frying up fresh local fish, this place is what every fast-food joint should be. The halibut basket is delish.
With its impressive sandwich and salad bar, this grocery store is among Valdez’ best places for a bite.
Fantastic Chinese food. Lunch specials include egg rolls and quality wonton soup.
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