The most innovative of Seward's waterfront eateries, this airy, steel-walled spot features a good selection of small plates such as pacific cod ceviche, Jakolof Bay Oysters and crispy razon clams. The entrees are eq…
Vying for the top dining spot in Seward, Ray's has amazing views, carefully crafted seafood dishes and attentive service in a fine-dining atmosphere that retains its Alaskan vibe.
Sitting 2300ft above sea level is the best of Alyeska Resort’s six restaurants and bars. The hotel tram will take you to an evening of gourmet dining and absolutely stunning views that include Turnagain Arm and, yes…
Its motto – ‘cheap beer and lousy food’ – is wrong on the second count. Locals like the salmon sandwich, which you can adorn with pickles from a barrel. It's a quarter mile from the Seward Hwy turnoff.
This shop in Fort Seward turns out some of the best smoked fish in the Southeast, such as salmon that is first marinated in stout beer.
Run by a local fisherman, all the seafood at this food truck is locally caught, probably that day. There are three kinds of fish and chips: halibut, rockfish and salmon. Get a combo and sample them all.
Sixteen miles north of Ketchikan is this seafood shack, where you'll find the best halibut sandwich in the area, as well has homemade pies.