Traveler’s Guide to Seward, Alaska
- Breeze Inn
- Family-style. The restaurant at Breeze Inn provides fun, family-friend dining with a view of the marina.
- Gene’s Place
- Fine dining. The Hotel Seward’s Victorian lounge is an elegant choice for romantic evening meals.
- The Resurrection Roadhouse
- Fine dining. The Resurrection Roadhouse of the Windsong Lodge serves well-priced and delicious Alaskan lunches in a laid-back, atmosphere. For a real treat, eat outside on sunny days.
- Apollo Restaurant
- Mediterranean fusion. Just two blocks from the Alaska Sealife Center, Apollo Restaurant serves fresh seafood in the style of Greece and Italy, and will even prepare your catch!
- Salmon Bake Restaurant and Pub
- Pub food. Serving crab legs and other fare, the Salmon Bake Restaurant and Pub features beers from Glacier BrewHouse and Moose’s Tooth of Anchorage. Inquire about lodging.
- Crab Pot Grill
- Surf and turf. Located in downtown Seward, Crab Pot Grill is an excellent choice when king crab is in season.
- Le Barn Appetit Inn, B&B, and Creperie
- Something different. The Creperie on Old Exit Glacier Rd. is smart way to mix things up at mealtime. Inquire about staying in the attached bed and breakfast.
- Christo’s Palace
- Variety. Christo’s caters to the group that just can’t decide what they want to eat; they serve everything from Thai basil chicken to enchiladas, fried halibut, and pizza.
- Peking Restaurant
- Chinese. Peking Restaurant represents your favorite Chinese fare in Seward.