Restaurants

Top Choice Mexican in Cordova

Baja Taco

Alaska has a remarkably healthy quota of scruffy-in-a-good-way food trucks, some of which have sprung more permanent foundations. A case in point is Baja Taco, an antediluvian school bus grafted onto the side of a b…
Cafe in Cordova

Little Cordova Bakery

Up with the larks to provide sweetness and caffeine for early-morning fishing trawlers, this tiny bakery (no seating) offers a gorgeous mélange of almond pastries, cinnamon buns, fresh bread and jolting cups of joe.
American in Cordova

Powder House Bar & Grill

Overlooking Eyak Lake on the site of the original Copper River & Northwestern Railroad powder house, this is a fun place with live music, excellent beer, soup and sandwiches for lunch, and quality steak and – th…
Seafood in Cordova

Reluctant Fisherman Restaurant

The only Cordova restaurant worth putting a clean shirt on for, the RF sits next to its affiliated hotel and enjoys excellent harbor views and a decent bar scene. The seat-yourself dining space is best for its fresh…
Pizza in Cordova

Harborside Pizza

Expanded to include a slick new sit-down eating space, this emporium of fine pizza is still insanely popular, meaning it can be hard to get a seat on a busy night when half of Cordova piles in. Phone ahead, or arriv…
Fast Food in Cordova

Picnic Basket

A food cart that does the cheapest (and best) halibut and chips in town, in addition to homemade desserts, wraps and shakes. It's usually located in a car park with a few tables and chairs scattered outside.
Asian in Cordova

OK Restaurant

The OK restaurant is just…OK, if you have a hankering for Chinese…or Japanese…or Korean…or American. The catch-all menu even includes Mongolian beef, and you can wash it all down with pie à la mode.
Supermarket in Cordova

AC Value Center

A supermarket with a deli, drip-coffee flasks, ATM and Western Union. It also sells camping and fishing gear.