Parkside Guest House

Nearby Restaurant Options

Recommendations from our Parkside Guest House hostess. All are within walking distance.

Simon and Seaforts ($$$)

Lunch and dinner

Enjoy great views of the Susitna River, the Alaska Range, and Cook Inlet. Large open seating area in the Saloon, so parties of two to four can usually get a seat without reservations. Select from the same menu in the bar and dining room.

Fresh seasonal seafood creatively prepared or signature grilled features. Daily “First Seating” discounted menu from 4:30-5:30PM.

Snow City Cafe ($)

Breakfast and lunch

Fresh ingredients obtained locally when available. Vegan, gluten-free, and healthy choice options, as well as a variety of eggs benedicts, omelets, soups, sandwiches, and weekly specials. There is espresso, smoothies, and teas. Almost always a 20-minute or longer wait, but reservations can be made online.

F Street Station ($$)

Lunch and dinner

Small bar with limited seating. Favorites include the Fstreet onion soup and grilled Alaskan seafood on romaine salad. Also highlights Alaskan oysters, clams, beer battered halibut, and shrimp. Be sure to try the Fstreet calamari served with Jalapeno mayonnaise and lemon. Full bar.

Ginger ($$)

Lunch and dinner

Pacific Rim and some Asian flare. Begin with the chicken and lettuce hand wraps, spicy ahi tuna tower, and Alaskan oysters. Continue with a strawberry chili salad, banana lemon grass soup, or soup of the day. Main dish options include the Alaskan baked sea scallops “mac & cheese”, mee krob, or fresh Alaskan salmon. Finish with green tea crème brulee. Select your dinner beverage from a full bar menu including wine, local microbrews, and sake.

Club Paris ($$$)

Lunch and dinner

A classic local bar. Features fresh beef that is aged and hand cut to offer amazing steaks and burgers. Sandwich meats are smoked, roasted, and cut in-house for lunch options. Fresh Alaskan seafood, including halibut and king crab, is also a popular menu item. House-made desserts will tempt you at the end of your meal. Full bar.

Glacier Brewhouse ($$)

Lunch and dinner

Microbrewery with bistro-style cuisine. Known for fresh Alaskan seafood, alder wood-fired rotisserie roasted meats, and pizza. Handcrafted ales.

Crush Wine Bar ($)

Lunch and dinner

Wines selected from the global market are paired with your dinner choices.  Fresh Alaskan seafood and other Alaskan sourced ingredients are used in dinner specials updated each Monday and are available for the week based on availability. Look for sandwiches, salads and soup choices at lunch. A variety of craft beers available. Try wines and purchase in shop.

Fat Ptarmigan ($)

Lunch and dinner

Wood fired pizza prepared with house-made mozzarella and both classic and specialty ingredients, including stilton, smoked salmon, hot coppa, and duck. Wine and local beer on tap.

Humpy's Alehouse ($$)

Lunch and dinner; Weekend breakfast

Fresh Alaskan seafood (crab, salmon, halibut, clams, and shrimp) and Alaskan meats prepared a host of ways. Choose from salads, soups, sandwiches, burgers, and wraps. Daily dinner specials after 5PM. Full bar, with an extensive selection of draught beer. Seat yourself.

Haute Quarter Grill ($$)


Contemporary American Cuisine. Fun and tasty food prepared with fresh Alaskan grown ingredients. Choose from fresh Alaskan seafood, steaks, baby back ribs, Cajun prime rib, roasted duck, lamb, and pastas with nightly menu additions. Service from a full bar includes excellent wine and scotch selections.





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