They have lost all their regular customers and the decision was made to shutdown and it was a good decision. Hope they can come up with another new style restaurant to take over.
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Sorry to see it go, they had the best corn fritters ever. Portions were large, great place for families.
Went there recently (their off season, when the locals go) for dinner. Hadn't eaten at Sourdough in probably ten-plus years but my parents like it so that's where we went for a family dinner. I ordered the beef brisket, which was pretty good. Their dinners...More
We enjoy our meal every time we dine here. The food is always very good. Gotta have the corn fritters of course! The ribs are very tender and the sauce they provide is just right. The meals, the service are always consistent. The prices are...More
We had a good visit in an informal atmosphere with an ok server that could not seem to keep up with keeping enough tea in the glasses. The Alaskan chowder with flat bread was filling and hot.
Great Alaskan atmosphere and good food. Be warned that they have Alaskan-sized portions. Seniors can often order one meal and split it!
We had a few hours before we had to get to the airport and this was convenient, so we tried it. We each had a local beer (quite good) and blackened salmon and blackened halibut. The fish was excellent but everything seemed to come with...More
This place lives on tourism. So if you go in the summer, expect to be surrounded by tourists. Food is usually great though. They try to keep all their staff well trained. Sometimes falls short though. Awesome fritters. A big down for me is their...More
I really thought we were going to eat at a special "old mine" from the "gold rush days" but after discovering that it was just another restaurant with an entry that is suppose to look like what an old miners shaft might have looked...."rocks and...More