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Fresh Alaskan Cuisine with a Twist

Submitted by on June 27, 2012 – 4:24 pmNo Comment

Special to Road Trips for Foodies
By the Juneau Convention & Visitors Bureau

When you combine fresh Alaskan seafood with classic cuisine prepared by talented local chefs, there is nothing that compares. Here are a few delectable options in Juneau that are sure to satisfy every palette.

Tracy’s King Crab Shack
, winner of numerous awards for king crab bisque, operates May-September on the downtown Juneau waterfront, serving Alaska king crab legs, king crab cakes, and the famous bisque along with a few other tasty options, like Dungeness crab and scallops. The restaurant is unassuming and completely casual, where diners share tables with strangers and use their hands to enjoy some of the best seafood in Alaska.

Twisted Fish Co. – Alaskan Grill serves up delicious spins on traditional Alaska seafood dishes. Consider these tasty takes on the menu: Sweet Potato Shrimp Cakes, Baked Salmon in Puff Pastry, Twisted Salmon Tacos, and Wild Berry Halibut Burger. The waterfront restaurant offers inside or outside dining, an open kitchen, and abundant ambiance.

Zephyr Restaurant offers a unique Mediterranean approach to classic Alaska seafood favorites, including King Crab Fettuccine, Scallop and Salmon Caviar Fettuccine, and Grilled Tiger Prawn Kabobs. The elegant setting and extensive wine selection create a perfect setting for a leisurely Alaska dining experience.

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(Photo courtesy of Tracy’s King Crab Shack)

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