Restaurants

Top Choice Bistro in Haines

Fireweed Restaurant

This clean, bright and laid-back bistro is in an old Fort Seward building and its salads are an antidote to Southeast's penchant for fried food. On its menu are words like ‘organic’, ‘veggie’ and ‘grilled’ as oppose…
Modern American in Haines

Commander’s Room

Located in Hotel Halsingland is Haines’ most upscale restaurant. Begin the evening with a drink (and maybe some duck confit) in its cozy Officer’s Club Lounge and then venture into the Commander’s Room, where you’ll…
Mexican in Haines

Mosey's Cantina

This may be Haines, but Mosey’s offers some of the best Mexican fare outside of Anchorage. The mole sauce is outstanding, the salsa is fire roasted and the tacos are filled with everything from applewood-grilled chi…
Deli in Haines

Mountain Market & Cafe

The center of Haines hipness and healthy eating. The market stocks health foods, while its deli is loaded with vegetarian options, baked goods, great homemade soup, espresso drinks and indoor seating. Adjoining the …
Cafe in Haines

Bamboo Room

CBS newsman Charles Kuralt once ate breakfast at this cafe and loved it. No doubt he had the blueberry pancakes with whipped cream. The Bamboo likes to claim it has the best fish & chips in the world, but it’s h…
Cafe in Haines

Sarah J's

In a little shed that started out as a pigeon coop, Sarah J whips up two types of breakfast burritos, homemade granola, organic smoothies, baked goods, excellent coffee and more. Check out the burled spruce bar she …
Seafood in Haines

Big Al's

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.
Seafood in Haines

Dejon Delights

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.
Supermarket in Haines

Howsers IGA

The main supermarket in Haines.