Skagway Dining & Nightlife
Dining and Nightlife
Walk the fine line between folklore and gold fever. The Liarsville Camp, near Skagway, was originally named after journalists who came here during the Klondike Gold Rush and cooked up all manner of tall tales. The event begins with an all-you-can-eat feast in the forest. Then explore the old trail camp and finish off your day with a visit the Fancy Goods store. You can also have your picture taken with one of the dance hall girls or the camp’s ...more
At the Chilkoot Dining Room you’ll sample a piece of Alaskan Gold Rush history. While enjoying Skagway’s finest steak and seafood, you’re able to take in E.A. Hegg’s historic Gold Rush photos. The friendly staff provides great service and flavorful food that make the historic atmosphere one to remember. The menu varies with daily specials and market fresh offerings. Reservations are encouraged.
Thai food in a town of 800? Somehow, the Starfire pulls it off (They’ve moved into a larger building in recent years to accommodate their success). And in a town with limited dining options, they’ve created a nice, upscale environment to match the quality of the food. They use fresh ingredients, plenty of spice and nail the standard thai favorites — pad thai, panang curry, thai iced tea. It’s even popular with cruise ship workers from Southeast… ...more