Talkeetna Roadhouse, Alaska Accommodations, Restaurant, Cafe and Bakery
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Lodging, Meals, Cafe & Bakery in a historic building in Downtown Talkeetna, Alaska Famous Breakfast, fresh baked Goodies and Breads

Cafe and Bakery
In the old days the Talkeetna Roadhouse served the community by hauling out goods via horse and carriage to miners and trappers in the nearby hills. Now modern day adventurers, local residents and visitors alike,  come to us for huge home-cooked breakfasts, lively conversation, strong coffee, gigantic cinnamon rolls, hand rolled bagels, Roadhouse Breakfast: Fresh Bread, eggs, bacon, toast, 1902 Sourdough Hotcakeshearty soups, fresh breads, pies, cakes, cookies and a healthy dose of frontier hospitality.  Our 1902 Sourdough Hotcakes are bigger than the plates on which we serve them and the Roadhouse Standard (scrambled eggs, home fries, extra thick peppered bacon, honey whole wheat toast, juice and bottomless coffee/tea) is all you need for a full day of Talkeetna adventure. If you do get hungry later there's always  Granny's Chocolate Potato Cake, homemade apple pie, rhubarb pie, BluBarb (yes, blueberry and rhubarb) pie, gooey cream cheese brownies, tender gingersnaps... well, we don't want to make you too hungry just yet!

All the seating at the Roadhouse is family-style, meaning that you might meet someone who's already been "up the trail" and can share theircinnamon rolls, handrolled bagels, pies and cakes, cookies, mmh mmh experience and give advice; or maybe you'll meet a climber who's just back from elevation 20,320 ft. and can tell you all about the view "from the top", or perhaps you'll meet a local who can tell you just where that special fishing spot is.  Few people ever go away hungry or a stranger at the Talkeetna Roadhouse!

Blueberry Rhubarb PieThe slower pace of winter enables us to accommodate groups for special private meals, either breakfasts, lunches or suppers. We caneven help arrange for local speakers or slide show presentations to accompany or follow the meal.

Talkeetna Roadhouse History


(May 15 - September 30)

Daily 6am - 8pm

Daily 7am - 2pm

Not Breakfast:
Daily 11am - 8pm
(October 1 ~ April 30)

Daily 8am - 8pm

Saturdays & Sundays
8am - 2pm
Mon - Fri
8am - Noon

Not Breakfast:
Daily 11am - 8pm

Year Round

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