This restaurant offers light French cuisine. Teak paneling, candle light and tabletop-to-ceiling windows add to the romance of panoramic sunset views. Feeling indecisive? Try the chef's Tasting Menu and receive five courses plus wine chosen by the wine steward. More than 1,200 labels are available. Dress is formal; the clientele, sophisticated.
One of the best views of the sunset over Cook Inlet and Mt. Susitna is found behind an outstanding piece of Simon's Key Lime Pie. This restaurant offers a full view of the Alaska Range. As incredible as the food, view and service are, do not look for an especially intimate dinner here, as this is a lively spot filled with locals and visitors alike. With the freshest seafood available, your entree is made to order. Prime rib, steaks and plenty of pasta specials are part of the ever-changing menu.
This restaurant produces award-winning and noteworthy culinary successes each year. Selections change weekly, though some standbys can always be found. Two of these choices are Van's Caesar salad with tableside preparation for two and Caspian Sea caviar, available by the ounce. Typical entrees may include pepper crusted King Salmon and roast rack of lamb in pecan crust. With 11,000 bottles of wine in the cellar, you are sure to find something you like. Formal dress is recommended.