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After an active day of hiking, skiing, fishing and more, you’ll want to tuck in for a restorative meal at Hotel Alyeska. You will have plenty of options. The Pond Café offers a full breakfast menu as well as a copious buffet. Watch a game at the Aurora Bar and Grill while sampling pizzas, salads and an exceptional Snake River Farms hamburger. The chefs at Sakura Asian Bistro feature local Alaskan seafood in their daily creations. If you want coffee or a quick bite before heading outdoors, stop in at the Tramway Café for breakfast burritos, deli wraps and more.
The best dining experience at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel is 2,300 feet up the mountain at Seven Glaciers Restaurant. To get there, you’ll take a tram ride (it’s free for diners), which gives you more time to soak in the majestic scenery before enjoying the fine-dining restaurant’s local-seafood-filled menu with dishes such as Kodiak scallops and Alaskan king crab. Seven Glaciers is the ultimate in dining with a view. Make sure to check the weather reports because the tram closes in case of heavy winds or storms.