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Best French Restaurants in Alaska!

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Traditional Alaskan fare—fresh seafood and game—lends itself exceedingly well to French-style preparation. And several of the state’s chefs have taken note of this natural melding of flavors and techniques. The result is some truly unique, Alaskan-style French cuisine. Yes, you can still find some more typical French fare on the Last Frontier, but these are our favorite french restaurants in Alaska.

Le Barn Appetit Inn and Creperie, Seward, AK

Given its Seward location, Le Barn Appetit Inn and Creperie is by no means your typical crepes joint. Founded by a Belgian immigrant who made his way to Alaska, Le Barn has a full menu of savory crepes (and even Belgian waffles), such as their crepe epinard et jambon, as well as crepes for those with a sweet tooth, like the classic butter-sugar-lemon crepe.

SALT, Juneau, AK

SALT, in Juneau, is the restaurant that most fully realizes what a fusion of French and Alaskan culinary traditions can be. Although SALT bills its menu as “modern Alaskan cuisine,” the French influence is immediately apparent in dishes like the truffle frites, duck confit and the classic French onion soup.

North Pole Crepery, North Pole, AK

You can grab some seriously tasty crepes in the Interior. Head for the North Pole Crepery—in the town of the same name—for a Last Frontier twist on this French classic. Craving a vegetarian pizza crepe? You can get one there!

Club Paris, Anchorage, AK

The venerable Club Paris—serving up classic supper club fare for more than 60 years—is not exactly a French restaurant. However, you can get certain French classics there that are difficult to find elsewhere, like escargot. They also offer an hors d'oeuvre platter and, of course, filet mignon.

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