We ate there twice instead of having an overpriced breakfast at the Hotel Alyeska; it's about a mile from the hotel up on a hill in a large building shared with other shops and apartments. I had the sourdough pancakes both times because - like just about every other restaurant in Alaska - they give you gargantuan portions that are superscrumptious. It's a cozy little place with picnic tables and sunflower decor. On a rainy day, if the door is left open, you can listen to that soft quiet rain, and two little dogs will rush in to greet you (ok there's no guarantee - they belonged to a customer and probably should not have been in there). But still, like Girdwood, the Bake Shop is warm and cozy. The young people who work there are friendly enough, not as friendly as most places in Alaska, but as friendly as you expect a young person to be. I think they only take cash there. Can't wait to go back.
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