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A bit disappointing seemed the front and back weren’t communicating too well. Asked if I could get an egg sandwich with bacon and told no, I got an order of bacon no sandwich after a long wait. We did buy a blueberry muffin for later...More
We met our boat tour captain here in the morning. It was nice to have a chance to get some coffee to go. They have espresso drinks if you want them. The pastries looked pretty good. They serve hot breakfasts too. They don't open til...More
Imagine eight dollars for a paper cup of house coffee and a donut. Say anything and you will get a rap about how expensive electricity is in Seward, etc. Touristy places in Alaska are all high priced and this place no different.
We stopped in for coffee, hot chocolate, and baked goods, while waiting for a boat ride.
We were very pleased by this bakery. Though Trip Advisor days they are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, they were open on this Tuesday.
The cinnamon rolls (warmed) were...More
We stopped here for lunch upon arriving in Seward via the train. We all really enjoyed our sandwiches, and the people working at the restaurant were very nice. There was not much available for the vegan member in our group, and so he ended up...More
I ordered breakfast. I waited for 40 minutes for number 80. I watched multiple orders go out prior to receiving my order. When I went to inquire about my breakfast burrito, I was asked if I wanted a refund. I kindly said that I would...More
Lighthouse Cafe and Bakery was just a short walk from our hotel. Walked over and got in line to place my order.
There was a crowd, but people were orderly as they waited their turn. As I waited I perused the glass case for a...More