Photo Credit: Liarsville Gold Rush Trail Camp & Salmon Bake

Skagway Dining & Nightlife

Show Map

Dining and Nightlife

Season: Late April – early October $109 2 hrs

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


Explore Further

Expert Advice