We ate here for breakfast. The hostess acknowledged us right away and indicated for us to sit anywhere, then brought us menus. We sat for a very long time before the waitress came to take our order and the service was kind of an "I don't care" attitude. The food itself was good, but was slow in coming. The interior of the restaurant is very casual - like you would expect in a place with the name "Diner". There are historic black and white pictures on the walls and a numbered guide at your table with names and location. Although it was not an exceptional dining experience, it was definitely authentic small town Alaska.
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