Nothing too fancy, nothing too pricey, clean and quiet rooms, close the everything in town. You will have everything you need here, and the rooms aren't too small either.
Nothing is too far away in the quaint little town. There is a grocery store only a few blocks off the main drag with a good selection of anything you might have forgotten or run out of.
A smaller, local place to get your souvaniers, film, trinkets, cool 'Alaska' stuff, novelties, toys, postcards (and stamps). You don't have to fight the crowds here - it's a quiet little place.
Tucked away around a corner, this place is heavily frequented by the locals. A great variety of fresh dishes, with vegetarian and vegan in the mix, organic selections and daily specials. The cinnamon rolls will make you cry.
Take the short walk to this restaurant if you want a finer dining experience in a small place. The food is excellent, the service is very personal. Ask them what the recommend!
The locals go here for dinner all the time. Have the fish and chips - really nice fare, not too greasy, great flavor, FRESH, and not too pricey. Definitely worth the very short walk off the main drag.
If you ask the locals where to go for lunch, they will likely tell you about the cafe around the corner. It is a few blocks off the main busines section, with none of the 'tourist' flavor you usually find. Home-cooking, diner atmosphere.
Family owned and operated art gallery with some terrific Alaskan treasures! Artisan names and information is posted on many of the pieces. Many of the staff are native Alaskans, a very pleasant experience here.
The scent in this place will knock your socks off...the only problem is, you have to wait in line because it is so hard to decide between all the treats, people need a few extra moments to order! Check out the specialty ice cream drinks and the fudge.
Great place, you really get an 'old timey' feel in here. Great atmosphere, like old friends gathering at a home-town watering hole. Which is exactly what it is!