Cute little eatery. Food is good and artistic but nothing traditional about it. Reminds me of a Seattle coffee shop. Good desserts as well.
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Had breakfast here twice. Everything we had was very good; they make some wonderful baked goods here. Coffee drinks were really good. The place is small and it might be necessary to wait for a table.
Like most restaurants in Alaska, it is quite expensive. You got decent portions, but quality was inconsistent (2 good meals, 2 poor). You order at the register and the food is delivered to your table, but you have to bus your own dishes. Table was...More
We happened on the restaurant across from Princess Hotel. It was delightful to have fresh, healthy, and good food! The place was hopping the atmosphere was great. Even as busy as they were the staff was engaging and fun! The chia pudding was the BOMB....More
Really pleasant staff; great tasting bakery; and great breakfast choices. Easy going atmosphere and friendly. Recommended
Decided to have brunch "in town" before taking the train to go on to Fairbanks. A popular place, but worth the wait. Excellent pastry and breakfast burrito - and good coffee. We ate outside on the deck, with a great view across the road to...More
I'm very spoilt on good coffee. Before my trips I look up the top rated coffee places and mark them on the map. In Alaska I had coffee at Kaladi brothers, Snow City Cafe, and starbucks in Seward but Black Bear was by far the...More