|01-19-2013, 09:47 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Suburbs of Philadelphia, PA
Lunch on Our Own in Juneau?
I searched the Alaska excursions thread for this, but couldn't find anything...so I'll see where starting my own thread takes me.
Hubby and I have decided to put together our own itinerary in Juneau on our Alaskan cruise this summer so we can save some money and do the things we want at our leisure. Our plans include a trip to Mendenhall Glacier (shuttling ourselves there and back should cost $16 pp), a ride on the Mt. Roberts tramway ($30 pp), and a tour and tasting at the Alaskan Brewing Company ($7.50 for the shuttle to the brewery - tasting and tour are free!).
Somewhere in there, we'll need to grab lunch. Any recommendations? We are definite foodies, so something convenient that isn't too touristy (might be hard to find in Juneau during tourist season, though!) should fit the bill.
Some names of places I looked up today:
-Tracy's Crab Shack (should fit the bill perfectly, but is it overpriced?)
-Red Dog Saloon (decidedly touristy, but a friend went there and liked it)
-Hangar on the Wharf
-Twisted Fish (looks like we might have a nice view of the cruise ship from here or the Hangar?)
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