Adjacent to the Glacier Brewhouse, this establishment offers two stories, charmingly decorated in an elegant lodge-like theme. This 6,000-square-foot restaurant and bar holds broad wooden tables, gilded mirrors, dim lighting and an upstairs fireplace. Dishes might include wild mushroom ravioli, herb crusted halibut, or a variety of salmon specials. A nice selection of Italian, French and American wines are available along with a full complement of desserts and dessert drinks.
Deep mahogany wood and dim lighting accent this cozy hotel bar. Located on the main floor of the Captain Cook Hotel, with a casual yet upscale atmosphere, the bar is appealing to many kinds of people. It has a full cocktail bar and Alaskan microbrews on tap, as well as an appetizer menu that offers light snacks. Whales Tail also has Alaska's only automated self-serve wine system with over 30 wines available.
This bar's interior is filled with couches and overstuffed chairs. From the bar, it serves up a mean martini to go with its hot DJ tunes. Wearing anything from grunge to suits, young professionals walk through the door prepared to groove and chill. The food served up takes its inspiration from all over the world, with offerings that range from hummus to Phat Thai. The bungalow's large outdoor area is a huge draw during the summer.