Nicknamed "The Bake" by locals, Fairbanks' Alaskan Salmon Bake has been serving hearty Alaskan fare since 1979. This family-owned eatery uses recipes handed down through four generations of Alaskan home cooks, with a talent for simply satisfying dishes and warm hospitality.
A talent for simply satisfying dishes and warm hospitality.
Dinner at the Alaska Salmon Bake includes Alaskan entrees and a fresh salad and sides bar. Those entrees include grilled wild Alaskan salmon brushed with a secret sauce, beer battered Alaskan cod, and juicy slow roasted prime rib. For salads and sides, guests have their pick of seven delicious options, including fresh greens, roasted potatoes, mac and cheese, potato and pasta salads, and hot sourdough rolls. Guests can enjoy their meals indoors in the R.C. Wood Dining Hall or, on warm summer evenings, outside among the birch trees and flower beds.
After dinner, guests can visit Stroecker's Dessert & Coffee Cabin for a sweet treat. The Bake dishes up vanilla sponge cake with two berry compote toppings, lemon bars, and a rich chocolate "moose."
The Alaska Salmon Bake Fairbanks serves dinner from 5 to 9 PM. The dining hall is in Pioneer Park.
What to Bring
Beer, wine, and staff gratuity are not included in the ticket price.
Transfers & Meeting Points
The Alaska Salmon Bake provides roundtrip transportation from several Fairbanks hotels for a small fee.
Rates & Dates
Here are the rates and operating dates for this product. Remember, we have a lowest price guarantee for nearly everything we sell.
Child rates apply to children under the age of 13.
|5/22/23 (M) to 9/15/23 (F)5/22/23 (M) to 9/15/23 (F)
|The rates above are subject to change without notice.|