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…
Near the baseball diamond, this little Thai bistro gives a welcome break from the bucket o' halibut. And while the ambience is a little too spartan, you'll love the excellent thai dishes, with perfectly cooked fresh…
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…
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
Has a huge dining room dominated by a 1950s Brunswick bar (featuring a great selection of beer on tap). The pizza gets rave reviews.