The atmosphere is vintage 1975 at this old-time Girdwood favorite, where you order at the counter and wait for servers to bring your meal. Breakfasts are filling, with piles of sourdough pancakes, fluffy omelets (we heartily recommend the farmer's omelet), and homemade pastries. Skiers and snowboarders drop by for a fast lunch or dinner of homemade soups, sandwiches, or garden-fresh pizzas. Get a loaf of the hearty sourdough to go: They still use a sourdough starter rumored
to be from the late 1800s. Dine out front in summer, surrounded by hanging baskets filled with begonias, lobelia, and impatiens. The shop opens at 7 am daily, making it a great option for early birds or folks who haven't adjusted to the time change yet.
Olympic Mountain Loop, Girdwood, Alaska, 99587, United States