Dining at Alyeska
A night at the Seven Glaciers restaurant, perched 2,300 feet above sea level on Mount Alyeska, is a dining journey that begins with a tram ride high above the treetops, followed by an elevator lift, then a stroll along a golden carpet, past a glimmering, glass-and-steel, wine-tower wall and into a dining room radiating the colors of alpenglow and glacial ice. Seven Glaciers is one of only three AAA Four Diamond restaurants in Alaska. You can ...more
This self-serve restaurant, located at the top of the mountain, features great scenery. Alaskan clam chowder in a bread bowl is a popular choice (about $7). Open 11am – 4:30pm daily. Closing time shifts with the season, so call the hotel for current hours. Closed in October — Mid-November.
Located on the third floor of The Hotel Alyeska, at the top of the Grand Staircase, the Aurora Bar & Grill offers great views and great drinks. Alaska Amber is $5, Baileys and coffee is $7. The wide selection of single-malt scotch starts at $7 for Sheep Dip and shoots up to $32 for 25-year-old Macallan. While not exactly a locals’ hangout, it’s the second-best place to meet people who don’t live in Girdwood. (The best place is the hot tub… ...more
Located on the second floor of The Hotel Alyeska, this resort-run restaurant offers something for everyone, with Alaskan favorites and a children’s menu. Dinner entrees include Alaskan halibut Florentine, roasted prime rib, and Alaskan seafood bouillabaisse (all between $24 – $26).
In the Hotel
Enjoy attentive service and fun, communal seating options at this Asian Fusion find tucked away in the Alyeska Resort. Sushi lovers will appreciate the creativity and quality of the menu, but will also be tempted by the bento boxes, steak, and lobster offerings!
Daylodge Base Area
Alyeska’s Sitzmark Bar and Grill offers alpiners the best of both worlds – daytime refueling between ski runs, and a festive nighttime hangout with live music, open mic, trivia and movie nights. (The summer season has similar offerings – just think “après hike” or “après bike” instead of “après ski.”)