This place is really pretty, casual log cabin style with a fireplace and little bar area overlooking the doc waters. You really have to know what to order but their fish is always fresh. For appetizers I would go with the fried salmon and berry chutney sauce, Dinner either a pasta or Hawaiian short ribs and all the desserts are pretty good. It's a little pricier but I would say it's worth it.
natural wood interior, decorations, and windows to the gastineau channel and nearby mountains make this a fun place to hang out. inviting, spacious bar with plentiful alaskan amber. attentive and numerous servers. but the food? fails to match the snappy, upscale surroundings. halibut tempura was soggy and the scalloped potato side dish was lacking any particular taste. the pacific rim chicken? overdone chicken breast over rice, with pineapples (or so i'm told) that looked more like triangles of yam. hundreds of korean terriayki joints in seattle whip up these basics (sans pineapple) in delicious form for 1/3 of the price. good ambiance, though.
You'll find spectacular views of Mt. Juneau and Mt. Roberts at this wonderful inn built which was recently renovated in
1997. Their rooms and newly added suite have lovely beach front views, private baths which include 2 person Jacuzzi ...