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Find the best restaurants in Hoonah-Angoon, Alaska

The Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska

The Hoonah-Angoon area is a census area in Alaska that does not belong to any borough. So, it is considered an unorganized borough, without a borough seat. It incorporates six cities, of which Hoonah is the largest city in the area. This census area is mainly composed out of communities that are scattered along the coastal area located in the southeast of Alaska. According to the census performed back in 2010, there were just 2,150 people living in the area. Most of the inhabitants of this area have commercial fishing as their main activity, while a subsistence lifestyle is widely adopted.

Things to do and see in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska

Even if it is not that populated, the Hoonah-Angoon area still worth being visited. There are quite a few cities in the area, but the truth is that the wild outdoors should be explored more. For instance, if you're in the Hoonah-Angoon census area, do not hesitate to go whale-watching. There are special boats that will take you out on the sea, in areas where whales are easy to spot. Whale-watching is one of the most popular activities and touristic attractions in the area. You can also enjoy a cultural experience by taking a tour with the Tlingit tribe. This small community will share a bit of its culture and traditions and will even take you on a canoe tour, so you can take a closer look at the local natural beauties. Those that are up for more adventure can go searching for brown bears, touring the Chicagof Island.

Restaurants in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska

Because the Hoonah-Angoon census area is located along a coast, finding fish and chips, crabs, and other foods that are freshly captured from the surrounding area is not difficult at all. But, this doesn't mean you have to go for seafood if you're not too into it. It is possible to enjoy a wide range of American dishes as well and even find a restaurant with a view toward the waterfront.

The Crab Station - this is probably one of the best places to serve lunch in Hoonah, especially if you're into seafood. You will find American dishes here as well, but it is not a bad idea to try the seafood since it is always freshly caught. If you don't find an available sear or you don't want to stay, there's is always the takeout option. It is worth knowing that the eatery can be accessed by wheelchairs as well, so everybody is welcome here.

The Cookhouse - there's nothing more relaxing than to have your meal on a terrace while looking at the waterfront stretching before your eyes and boats cruising by. You can enjoy these at this restaurant, located at Icy Strait Point, in Hoonah. Grab some freshly cooked fish and chips, salmon burgers, or caribou sliders, if you want to try something different. The ration between quality, portion size, and the price is more than accessible, so you won't walk with your pockets or stomach empty from this place.

The Office Bar - this place is a restaurant and bar as well, and you can find American and seafood dishes here at the same time. Crabs, fish and chips, clam chowder, and other seafood-based dishes will be available here, plus a wide array of drinks. Breakfast is not served here, but you can definitely grab lunch and dinner.

Misty Bay Lodge - in case you're not a fan of seafood or you had too much fish and chips, you can always grab a pizza or other regular American dishes over at this restaurant. The best part is that this place is opened from morning to evening, so you can have breakfast and dinner at Misty Bay Lodge, depending on when you manage to reach it.

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