Between the Tenakee Springs Market and the Farmer's Market, you'll find plentiful, fresh food that you can whip into a gourmet meal in your cabin or cottage kitchen.
Tenakee’s two restaurants each have an historical point of interest. The Bakery is located in the Shamrock Building, a National Historic Landmark. It offers fresh sandwiches, soups, quiche, cinnamon rolls and even pizza (only on Friday nights). The Blue Moon Grill is Tenakee’s oldest restaurant. Its proprietor, Rosie started out serving the cannery workers and then the loggers. She’s still going five decades later!
There are also all-inclusive meal options when you book with Tenakee Inlet Lodge or Fishing Bear Charters, which features a farm-to-table meal with fresh ingredients right from Tenakee Springs.
Dining and Nightlife
This turn-of-the-century relic harks back to Tenakee’s busier times as a hub for miners, loggers and fishermen who hit town for a soak in the springs and a good time. It has served as everything from a jail, pool hall, dance hall, senior center to a bakery and art gallery.