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Named for the elevation of nearby Denali, this casual restaurant serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner across from the Mt. McKinley Princess Lodge. The restaurant was designed to feed lodge guests, and most enjoy at least one meal inside this large, standalone structure of steel and wood. The food is vintage Princess, including fresh seafood and pub fare with house-made sauces and fresh sides.
With Alaskan beers on tap, 50 bottles of wine, and a full bar (including spirits from the Alaska Distillery), the Base Camp Bar, is a great place to grab a drink before having dinner in the adjacent North Fork Restaurant. Try a margarita made with wild Alaska blueberry vodka, a perfect drink for a sunny afternoon on the big deck, which features great views of the Alaska Range. You can order appetizers, or select from the lunch and dinner menus ...more
This dining room has stunning views of Denali on clear days. Huge windows open onto the Alaska Range and the mountain, and a vaulted ceiling of timber-framed spruce creates a light, airy feel, almost like you’re eating outside. Accompanying the view and atmosphere, is the finest food at the lodge. Specializing in fresh Alaska seafood entrees, it’s reservation only for dinner, but breakfast can be as quick or casual as you’d like