Join us for a delicious taste of Alaska on this Juneau food tasting tour! We'll visit local eateries and sample a variety of classic Alaskan flavors.
Tracy's King Crab Shack:
Crab bisque, crab cake, roll
Panko crusted salmon filets, house-made tartar sauce
Smoked salmon spread, smoked salmon caviar, bull kelp marmalade
House-made charcuterie, imported cheeses
V's Cellar Door:
Halibut fusion nachos
Rockfish tostadas with white wine pairing
Alaskan Hotel & Bar:
Locally brewed beer
Taku Glacier Lodge:
Ginger snap cookies*
Included: All food and beverages.
Please Note: Samples marked with an asterisks are provided in the reusable/recyclable shopping bags. We can accommodate gluten-free, lactose-free, and some vegetarian diets. Minimum age to participate is 12. Total walking requirements is about 1.2 miles with some uphill walking and stairs.
Duration: 2.5 hours (Roundtrip from downtown meeting location.)
- Minimum age: 12 years old
- Total walking is about 1.2 miles and includes uphill and some stairs
Duration: 2.5 hours. Tour times below are approximate:
- 15 minutes at Fisherman's Memorial
- 15 minutes at Tracy's King Crab Shack
- 15 minutes at Deckhand Dave's
- 20 minutes at Alaska Knifeworks with restroom break
- 15 minutes at Panhandle Provisions
- 15 minutes at V's Cellar Door
- 15 minutes at SALT with restroom breaks
- 15 minutes at Alasakan Hotel & Bar
Can we shop on the tour?
Absolutely! The tour time has been scheduled to allow for some quick shopping at the retail destinations. We even provide you a shopping bag to take back your tasty goodies.
What if it is raining?
Juneau is located in the beautiful Tongass National Forest, which is the largest temperate rainforest in the world. We tend to get quite a bit of rain. This is what makes Juneau and Southeast Alaska so beautiful. Locals refer to the rain as “liquid sunshine.” We encourage guests to wear a lightweight rain jacket because rain or shine, we will dine!
What is included in the tour?
All food, wine pairing, and beer tasting are included. Each tour participant is given a shopping bag with tour information, recipes, and coupons for shopping.
OK, so food is included. How much food?
Each tour is designed to provide enough food for a hearty lunch, yet not leave participants so full that they cannot enjoy the rest of their visit in Juneau.
I am visiting by cruise ship. Am I allowed to take food purchases back onboard the cruise ship?
Each cruise line has different rules and regulations about bringing food onboard. Any open containers, agricultural products, and items that are not pre-packaged are generally not allowed. We recommend that you check with your ship for customs policies.
What about food allergies?
We will try our best to work within your food allergies or restrictions. Seafood and shellfish are served on this tour, as are meats and cheeses. Please let us know in advance if there are any issues or concerns. We can accommodate vegetarian, gluten free, and lactose intolerant.
Is alcohol served on the tour?
Yes. One tasting has a wine pairing and our final tasting will be locally brewed beer. For our guests ages 12-20, we will have iced tea or a soft drink available.
Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Juneau is a mountainside city and our tour includes traversing some inclined streets, as well as some stairs. We encourage participants to gauge their own abilities as to whether these issues will be barriers.
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