Came here for the chowder and history. Meals are great and the beer cold. A little pricey but this is Alaska.
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Clam chowder in a bread bowl with Alaskan beer on tap? How can you go wrong? The clam chowder was thick and flavorful, forcing you to eat the entire bread bowl. The service was friendly and fast, nice meal.
I was really looking forward to this restaurant on our cruise. When we arrived we were met with an aggressive attitude from a waiter named Alex, we asked "do we ait to be seated" his response, "what do you think?" Nice!! Asked what beer they...More
Loved the decor in the restaurant side, a little more old fashioned and stylish than the new places. Salads were large and wonderful and the clam chowder was good. Restaurant side was quieter for conversation than the bar side.
We decided to check this place out while out shopping around town. The location is perfect to the cruise pier and a great place to end a day of walking through town. I was quite surprised with the options on the menu, they had a...More
Annabelle's is a great place to stop for a good local beer and King Crab Leg - freshly steamed and served with fries and butter. One crab leg is enough for a complete lunch - lots of meat, sweet and tasty. Service is very good...More
Our 4th trip to Ketchikan and our 4th bowl of chowder at Annabelle's! Both the clam chowder and the salmon chowder are wonderful whether in regular bowl or in their bread bowl. We have had other great food there as well, but don't forget the...More
It wasn't a busy time to stop it, it was well after the lunch crowd. The visit started off poorly and really never improved. No one seated us which was fine but it too long to get menus and ordering was a long process also....More
Stopped here for lunch to take a break from shopping and get some local food; wanted something other than cruise ship food. This place is very convenient to the cruise ship docks. The smoked salmon chowder was to die for! Three types of chowder were...More