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Station Bar & Grill

Skagway's Pizza Station, located at 4th Street. Skagway's Best Breakfast Spot! Famous for our Eggs Benedict and Country Fried Steak! The Best Hot Wings, Burgers and Fish & Chips in South East Alaska! House Specialties Include Pizza, Calzones, Pastas & Steaks. Great Food, Cold Beer, Full Bar, TV, Pool Table & Outdoor Seating. Come See Why Skagway locals love the Station!

444 4th Street PO Box 280 Skagway , Alaska , (907) 983-3200

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Jun 21, 2013
Very Friendly Staff. Great place to unwind after you tour in Skagway.

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Skagway Brewing Co.

This is our local watering hole for Skagway residents and visitors. Pull up a bar stool and relax to a fresh brewed pint of beer at our gorgeous oak bar complete with brass foot rests . As friendly bartenders pour fresh brews and music pipes through the speakers, you are sure to find a quirky local or a weary traveler all in search of the perfect place in which to seek refuge from the busy boardwalks of downtown Skagway. If beer isn’t your thing, marvel in awe at our massive selection of fine liquors and wines from around the globe.

7th and Broadway Skagway , 907-983-2759

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Jun 21, 2012
was stopped in for a beer after our tour. very friendly staff and it was a real treat to see this place. Skagway is a place i will not forget. such a small peaceful town. totally unique

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Olivia's at the Skagway Inn

Enjoy a meal from the organic kitchen garden while at Olivia’s restaurant. We offer a lite fare Alaskan Tapas menu, with a full bar and select wine list. We use the finest and freshest ingredients including troll caught wild Alaskan King Salmon and other fresh seafood and local organic, sometimes exotic produce. On warm and sunny days experience the midnight sun in our garden.

Broadway and 7th Avenue. Skagway , 907.983.2289

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Red Onion Saloon

The Red Onion was the classiest dance hall and saloon in the bustling gold rush town of Skagway. Enjoy Tri-colored tortilla chips served with salsa, Hummus made with roasted garlic, freshly squeezed lemon and Tahini butter, served with pita points and diced cucumber-tomato relish, or Barbequed Chicken Wings tossed in an Alaskan Porter bbq sauce. Time in the Red Onion Saloon today is not complete without a peek at the famous Red Onion Brothel and maybe you’ll even catch a glimpse of Lydia our resident ghost.

205 Broadway Skagway , 907-983-2414

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Excelsior Cafe

Espresso, Bakery, Deli Seasonal

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Yukon Gold Creperie

sweet and savoury crepes daily

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The Red Onion Saloon was a true Alaskan experience. It felt like we went back in time.

Jun 22, 2010
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Info on Skagway

Skagway is a first-class town in Alaska, on the Alaska Panhandle. It was formerly a city first incorporated in 1900 that was re-incorporated as a borough on June 25, 2007. As of the 2000 census, the population of the city was 862. However, the population doubles in the summer tourist season in order to deal with more than 900,000 visitors.

The port of Skagway is a popular stop for cruise ships, and the tourist trade is a big part of the business of Skagway. The White Pass and Yukon Route narrow gauge railroad, part of the area's mining past, is now in operation purely for the tourist trade and runs throughout the summer months. Skagway is also part of the setting for Jack London's book The Call of the Wild.

Skagway (originally spelled Skaguay) is from the Tlingit name for the area, "Skagua" or "Shgagwèi" meaning "a windy place with 'white caps on the water."

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