Juneau, Alaska, US
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Approximately 2½ Hours
Foodies unite! This is your golden opportunity to discover a side of Alaska that is a feast for both the eyes and the stomach. According to Food & Wine magazine, the food in Juneau is as much an attraction as the world-class scenery, thanks to a proliferation of culinary talent and creativity.
America's last frontier is home to a wealth of fresh seafood and other delicacies, which you'll discover on this 2.5-hour guided walking tour. Much of the best food in this compact town is within easy distance of the pier.
Begin at the Fisherman's Memorial, honoring those who pioneered the industry that has brought the bounty of the sea to the world. It's a salute to the economic and social importance of fishing within Alaska.
From there, explore a variety of eating establishments in the downtown area, each chosen to highlight the edible specialties of Southeast Alaska.
Easily Juneau's most famous restaurant, Tracy's King Crab Shack -- firmly in the casual-dining orbit -- welcomes you with its award-winning crab bisque. This popular spot is known for its iconic crab-based menu and relaxed dining vibe.
Your culinary journey continues at the Hangar on the Wharf to enjoy halibut and a tasty cocktail at this favorite location of visitors and locals alike.
A stop at Taste Alaska! features a delicious Alaska snack plate of smoked salmon dip, kelp salsa and chips, spruce tip jelly and more.
Next, you'll head to Deckhand Dave's -- a taco truck with an Alaska twist. You'll be treated to a rockfish taco paired with a beer.
At Harbor Tea & Spice, sample herbal tea from locally sourced botanicals and browse the selection of custom teas and spice blends in this unique shop.
A blueberry mojito will wrap up your experience at the Cyrstal Saloon -- a historical bar and music hall.
Guests wishing to stay in town to shop or explore independently are welcome to do so but must make their own way back to the ship.
Come hungry -- there are plenty of food samples best enjoyed on a relatively empty stomach. Minimum age is 15 years; minimum age to participate in beer and wine tasting is 21 years. Participants must be able to walk the distance to each venue with ease; however, total distance covered is less than one mile. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Surfaces are paved sidewalks and streets with some inclines and stairs. The tour operator reserves the right to substitute establishments; comparably delicious food samples will be offered at alternative site(s). Bring a rain jacket.