Juneau, Alaska’s Capital City
Small town charm coupled with natural beauty
Dining and Libations With more than 70 restaurants, this small city offers plenty of dining choices, from gourmet to fast food.
Start your evening with some expertly prepared cocktails or a glass of wine at the Bubble Room Lounge in the historic Westmark Baranof Hotel. This lounge is known for friendly bartenders plus the best cushy bar seats.
The Wine Bar at the Silverbow offers small plates to nosh on and flights of hand-selected wines like the aptly named “Borfeaux- Red blends but not from you know where.” Don’t miss the homemade Cheesy crackers served with an olive tapenade—wildly addictive.
The Triangle Club (across from the old steam clock) is a local watering hole, loved by many. This historic Juneau bar serves up hot dogs and good conversation.
The Rookery Café provides stellar coffee and freshly-baked goodies by day and a rotating menu of locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients at night. Their charcuterie & cheese platter is a must and you can never go wrong with the specials. Reservations are advised.
SALT offers modern Alaskan cuisine for both lunch and dinner. Start with the Pommes Frites and be sure to order the Vegetable Wellington. Nice selection of cocktails, craft beers and wine.
For waterfront dining, go to The Hangar on the Wharf, it has something for everyone, especially those with kids. Ask for a booth and enjoy watching the seaplanes take off and land. The expansive menu features everything from Alaska seafood to top sirloin. Consistently good, its atmosphere can’t be beat! Open for lunch and dinner.
Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway provides a unique view of Juneau and Gastineau