Recommended by the hotel staff, the restaurant is in a small non descript "strip center". The staff was friendly also the service was slow. We came in shortly after a group of eight so the server apologized for the delay. Once you get used to Alaskas food prices, the salads we had for lunch were large and fresh. Therefore making it good value for the money. We saw hamburgers and sandwiches go by and, as with most restaurants in Alaska, the portions were large. Many of the patrons at this busy spot were college students, many of whom appeared to be there with their parents who were probably visiting their investments.
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