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.
Housed in a rail car, this joint oozes blue-collar atmosphere. It has the best breakfast in town (biscuits and gravy made from scratch) and pulled pork for dinner.
The menu has a delicious blend of curries, seafood, and burgers, with a decent wine and beer selection. Listen to live music on weekends.
Near the small-boat harbor, this spot offers unorthodox quesadillas, burritos and tacos. Try the blackened halibut burrito, with your choice of salsa (we like the pineapple-ginger).
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 local favorite is home to the ‘Buddha Belly’ pizza, sweet-potato fries that are well worth traveling for, and the best deck in town. It also has a vast range of on-tap brews. It's about 1 mile west of the Sewar…
In the back of a gift store, you'll find this little bakery with excellent pastries and cookies (seriously, you have to try the lemon shortbread) and equally awesome soups at lunchtime.
This busy joint is a bargain: breakfast is delish and lunch includes half-pound burgers on homemade buns. Also sells box lunches for those going out on the bay for the day.
Has a huge dining room dominated by a 1950s Brunswick bar (featuring a great selection of beer on tap). The pizza gets rave reviews.