My wife said this was the best chowder of our trip to Alaska. The salads (black bean, Southwest) was really good, too. We didn't have a beer, but the food is enough reason to stop. Decor is funky and interesting, and the stop is a welcome one. Prices are pretty average for Alaska. Service was friendly. I'd stop again.
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