Points of Interest
- Native Cultures
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Looking for a relaxed dinner after a busy day of adventures? Head to the Alaska Salmon Bake at Pioneer Park where you'll enjoy an entree selected from the menu while surrounded by Alaskan history. Choose from fire grilled salmon, hand dipped beer battered cod from the Bering Sea, prime rib slow-cooked to perfection or fried chicken. Salad bar, a side of your choice (macaroni and chees, roasted potatoes or baked beans), rolls, dessert and non-alcoholic drinks are included with your meal! Sit inside our dining hall or outside where you can soak up the evening sun with a pint of locally brewed beer or a glass of wine (at your own expense). Get great tips from our grill masters who cook our wild Alaskan salmon perfectly over a bed of black spruce coals. After your meal, catch the musical comedy at the Palace Theatre, which is just a short walk from the Salmon Bake. If you only see one show in Alaska make sure it's the "Golden Heart Revue." Performed by a polished, professional cast, the "Golden Heart Revue" show is performed nightly at the Palace Theatre.