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Seven Glaciers Restaurant scene helps define Girdwood, Alaska. The restaurant mimics Hotel Alyeska in its chateau/lodge style with Japanese flare (think heavy beams and hardware, and large open ceilings). The restaurant currently features native Alaskan art throughout, from paintings, to mixed media and sculpture. Still, Mother Nature may be the most lauded artist of them all — the view is jaw-dropping and unlike any other dining experience in the state, if not the world. Blue-jean-donning millionaires share the room with diners in more formal attire. But no matter where you’re from or what you’re wearing, the excitement of being a part of something unique is palpable.