Though Alaska is better known for its natural wonders, foodies will tell you there's some pretty noteworthy cuisine these days, too. Here's where to get a great bite to eat.
Alaska's largest city and primary travel hub is also on of the country's most culturally diverse cities. Those vibrant backgrounds lend Anchorage's food scene a global fusion feel, with an Alaskan flair.
Little town, lots of good food. Here you'll find long-time local favorites, mountainside fine dining, and a selection of the area's best food trucks.
As fun and funky as Girdwood, but in its own distinct way, Talkeetna's tiny Main Street hold some 12 places to eat, and counting.
Denali National Park
The farther north you go in, the heartier the fare gets. In Denali Park area you'll find everything from barbecue and casual pub fare to fresh salmon dinner entrees. It's exactly what you'll crave after a long day of exploring the park.
Think of long winters and sunny summers and you'll quickly see why Fairbanks is known for both comforting, down-home cooking and lovely al fresco dining.
Seward means seafood, plus some fun hole-in-the-wall spots that playfully showcase less know Alaskan ingredients. Fiddlehead ferns and spruce tips, anyone?
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