What a great surprise!! There are two eating areas- the main restaurant and the lounge (bar area). The menu is surprisingly simple and elegant. We ate in the bar because after seafood two days in a row, I wanted something more me- pizza.
We ordered the roadhouse salad as our appetizer, but the table next to us ordered the chips appetizer and we heard the crispy crunch from the next booth! We then had the Exit Glacier Pizza which was thin and crispy and so incredibly flavorful! This pizza held its crispness despite being laden with wonderful Klamata olives, crimni mushrooms, sausage and pepperoni. Even though we weren't terribly hungry, we almost finished this pizza pie! For dessert I had the S'mores, a combination of toasted marshmallow ice cream, graham cracker pop rocks (literally! I asked!) and a chocolate ganache. DH had the Chocolate Redoubt which was chocolate cake, mouse, salted caramel, and vanilla bean ice cream. Both desserts were almost as beautiful as they were delicious!!! Do not miss out on this Seward gem!
PS I keep seeing comments about how the food in Alaska is so expensive. Yes. Alaska is expensive. If you don't want to spend the money, stay in the lower 48! The beauty of Alaska far outweighs the cost of its food!
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