If you have ever been to St Louis it is a lot like McAlisters. Food was good but like everything in Alaska cost is high
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Good food, eclectic seating, displays of paintings by local artists on the walls. Fun place to hang-out.
The food is freshly made, the cannoli are delicious and multiple flavors,the dining area is open,clean and welcoming. Easy to drive past, in a small strip mall on Palmer's main drag right downtown. Its not a typical deli, its much more of a café and...More
The breakfast burrito is my favorite. But whatever I try, I love, including the coffee. Great place to converse with friends over brunch or lunch.
This is a good place to grab a fresh made sandwich and salads. They have desserts too. Great atmosphere. In a small mini mall so you can browse other stores once you finished eating.
Title says it all, really. I opted for pre-package cup of oatmeal. Most baked goods were "flourless" - most of us still like some flour in our baked goods....
We were searching for a place to have lunch and this place popped up on our smart phone as being nearby, so we gave it a try. Had the ham/cheese sandwich with a side of cole slaw (you could pick from several side dishes) and...More
Quiche was prefect with lovely melted smooth cheese in the middle. I splurged on a piece of pecan cheesecake. The more behaved ladies did lovely salads.The improved tables and chair are more comfortable with window views of downtown.
I come her with friends for breakfast once in a while. It's definitely had its ups and downs! Lately the meals have improved - I especially enjoy the breakfast sandwich - with either bacon or ham. Made to order omelets are pretty good, too. The...More
I have been going to the Deli for 6 years now. It was immediately obvious to me when I arrived this summer that something was different. I just recently went back again to give it another try and things had'nt changed. The food is not...More