Seward & Kenai Fjords Dining and Nightlife
Dining and Nightlife
In an old railcar, this barbecue joint has personality and serves good “Q”. They do breakfast in addition to lunch. The servings are big, the quality is great — but the seating is limited (it’s in a railcar after all). On a nice day you can sit at tables outside, but if it’s rainy, you might want to get it to go. Their pulled pork is excellent, but it’s all quality. Try the eggs benedict with crab for breakfast, or the hash.
This is a great spot to grab breakfast or lunch before a day on the water. Or, if you aren’t heading out, enjoy a bite overlooking the harbor. There’s limited seating, but it’s easy enough to get a table except at the lunch rush. It’s a standard deli, order, grab a number and take a seat. The cinnamon rolls are big and good, and the breakfast burritos are good too.
Overlooking the harbor, ocean and mountains, Ray’s is a local institution for seafood dinners. It’s popular with both fishermen and tourists, who want a good meal with a great view. And since the fishing boats unload right there on the dock, the seafood couldn’t be fresher. They serve halibut cheeks, red snapper, cod and salmon. It’s good seafood, cooked well, but the sides are average. The bar can get loud and crowded, but the dining area is… ...more