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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…
Cafe in Haines

Chilkat Restaurant & Bakery

A local favorite that has been baking goodies and serving breakfast for 25 years. For a nice break from eggs and potatoes, try the homemade granola with blueberries…but first you have to get past that display case f…
Deli in Haines

Mountain Market & Spirits

Great coffee, innovative wraps, cool atmosphere.
Museum in Haines

American Bald Eagle Foundation

An impressive wildlife diorama is featured at the American Bald Eagle Foundation – it displays more than 180 specimens and almost two dozen eagles. Two live raptors are always on display, with handlers giving demons…
Brewery in Haines

Haines Brewing Company

It's well worth the walk to the town's delightful one-room brewery. It's the maker of such beer as Dalton Trail Ale, Elder Rock Red and the potent Black Fang (9% alcohol content). Tours are short – hey this is a one…
Museum in Haines

Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum is a monument to Dave Pahl’s obsession with hammers. He has 1500 on display, a 20ft-high one outside and several hundred more in storage. In the world’s only hammer museum you learn world history t…
Museum in Haines

Sheldon Museum

The Sheldon Museum houses a collection of indigenous artifacts upstairs, including a particularly interesting display on rare Chilkat blankets. Downstairs is devoted to Haines’ pioneer and gold-rush days and even in…
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…
Pizza in Haines


Wood-fired pizza has arrived in Haines and locals love it. Located in Dalton City, the Klondike serves pizza pies, salads and beer that’s brewed only two doors down. Eat inside or outside on a deck overlooking horse…