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Seven Glaciers Restaurant

1000 Arlberg Ave. Send to Phone
Take a 2,300-foot tram ride upwards from the base of Mount Alyeska to find an elegant dining room with striking views.
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Winter: Lunch & Dinner Fri.-Sun.; Summer: Lunch & Dinner daily
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Seven Glaciers Restaurant Restaurant Review

: What’s the star of the show at Seven Glaciers Restaurant? It’s hard to say. The dining room features large picture windows framing peaks, jewel-like glaciers, and surrounding wilderness vistas. Chef Jason Porter, formerly of Bellagio in Las Vegas, excels at showcasing full flavors and elegant presentations in his dishes. The menu, like the view, changes seasonally, but is anchored as much as possible in local ingredients. Among main courses is the Snake River Farms filet of Wagyu beef served simply with truffled Yukon Gold potatoes, asparagus and roasted mushroom demi-glace. Vegetarian and gluten-free diners will find plenty of options as well. For the grand finale, try pairing an ice wine with Baked Alyeska, a delightful concoction of caramel nougat Bavarian surrounding a flourless chocolate cake center and swaths of meringue. At seasonal Winter Wine Dinners guests enjoy a five-course tasting menu served family-style and built around wines from a specific winery. At each dinner, a representative from the winery dines with the group to share tasting techniques and answer questions.

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