Places to Eat
Favorite Eateries (alphabetical order) (Year Round!)
Downtown on 4th Avenue, Greek & Italian, they will cook your freshly caught fish for you! We love their Halibut Monte Mio.
Downtown on 5th Avenue Absolutely fantastic! Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch, may be lunch & brunch only in off-season. Check their FaceBook Page for the latest updates.
Corner 4th & Jefferson, oriental, lunch buffet, or try the Korean Menu (see the back page, that’s our favorite)!Year Round
Downtown 3rd Ave., converted church, art gallery & coffee shop, light snacks (bagels, cookies)
Downtown, coffee shop, breakfast, lunch, Internet cafe, nice atmosphere Year Round
Downtown, lunch & dinner (sometimes breakfast also), try their halibut! GREAT!
Between downtown & the harbor on 4th, love their Tai food! 🙂 Open Year Round.
In the Small Boat Harbor Lunch & Dinner, Sunday Brunch.
Small boat harbor, standard hotel style fare Year Round Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Downtown in Seward Hotel on 5th, Breakfast & Dinner only, tiny place, but good food, Year Round Although all of these places are classified as open “year round” they may close for short periods during winter months. Best to call ahead in the off-season, or be flexible in your plans.
Seasonal Places Worth Mention:
Small boat harbor, 4th Ave. & S. Port, new in 2016 (formerly Bakery in the Harbor).
4th & Port, in Harbor, great breakfast & lunch, and in the summer dinner (check) – good eats (is for sale, so this may change without notice)
Downtown on 4th, good lunch & dinner.
Downtown on 4th, locally made candy, ice cream, gelato, coffee, gifts.
Small Boat harbor, 4th & South Port Ave., Ice cream & drinks.
Although places are classified as open “year round” they may close for short periods during winter months. Best to call ahead in the off-season, or be flexible in your plans.