This refined yet relaxing mountaintop Girdwood restaurant is perched at the 2,300-foot level on Mt. Alyeska. The dining room's floor-to-ceiling windows overlook seven glaciers nestled in an unforgettable panoramic mountain view. The forward-thinking menu capitalizes on local produce and seafood, highlighted in dishes such as scallop bisque with smoked salmon mousse. When offered a chef's tasting menu with wine pairings, take it; you are in good hands. The restaurant also
caters to special diets, including gluten-free. A 60-passenger aerial tram (free with dinner reservations, otherwise $25 round-trip) carries you to the restaurant. Both tram and restaurant are wheelchair accessible.