Carcross, Yukon Y0B 1B0
Carcross, Yukon Y0B 1B0
Bakery, Cafe, Canadian
Restaurant is situated at
Blue Ridge, Georgia
This restaurant was highly recommended in the guide book that accompanied our rented jeeps. It was our planned lunch spot. However it was clearly not only closed for the day, but closed permanently. Fortunately we found an excellent alternative.
Hamilton Ontario Canada
My wife and purchased some backed good from the Sourdough Bakery. The items were fresh and good. I little pricey and they do close for the end of the season in late August.
Saint Simons Island, Georgia
We happened upon this bakery in Carcross, and were looking for something that was not claiming o be something they were not. Husband and wife (?) serving up soup, sandwiches, bread, pastry, and cookies. The soup was great, homemade, the bread and sandwiches were also made in house. A quirky little place with outdoor seating and we enjoyed the lunch we had. Kindly elderly woman in the front and old man in the back. My recommendation for this little town. We were on our way to emerald lake and found this jewel in the rough.
Greensboro, North Carolina
Had the salmon chowder. It was excellent. And serve very hot. Also had one of the cheese rolls. Very good dunked in the soup. Small place run by locals.
We stopped here on our way to Emerald Lake. We had the salmon chowder, sandwich and enormous cinnamon roll. Everything was excellent and the people were very nice.
We stopped on our way back from Emerald Lake for lunch and ate out on the deck. The food was made to order, fresh, simple and delicious. We all had soups, sandwiches and cookies for dessert. Affordable, good food. The soups were the best!
We were looking forward to breakfast at another place in Carcross but found them to be closed, went here to grab some pastries or something and the nice lady ended up making us the most delicious egg and ham sandwiches on her wonderful sourdough bread. Breakfast was amazing and her willingness to accommodate us was amazing. Thank you so much!!
we came by by chance and were so surprised. Since it seemed the only place open we stopped for coffee and cake. At first we thought that this was kind of a run-down place but the coffee was good and the sandwiches looked yummi. Oh and guess what : a huge freshly baked lemon meringue pie caught my eye and I had to have a piece. The owners said that they had just taken shop but we were very happy customers with no complaints. Don't mind the interior and enjoy the food.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
We took a Jeep tour from Skagway up to Emerald Lake.... beautiful drive!!! Stopped in Carcross for lunch!!! We did not care for the food at this restaurant. Had the soup and sandwich which was too expense, but no other choices. Advice, pack a picnic lunch or stop for snacks before getting too far up the road from Skagway.
We visited on our Dyea Dave Emerald Lake tour and it was a great place to stop for lunch. Excellent value, lovely fresh baked scones and cakes. Sandwiches and a choice of soups, with the yummy salmon chowder, but be warned it can sell out so don't leave your lunch break too late.
This Bakery unfortunately is not open in the winter! Woe is me!! These wonderful pecan cinnamon buns, warm from the oven, are a nice size with lots of cinnamon, and just enough sugar with a syrupy topping filled a delicious pecans. Finger licking good. If you don't like pecans try the walnut cinnamon buns. They are delicious too. And don't forget a loaf of freshly made sourdough bread. The bakery also offers, sandwitches and soups. Great place for a lunch on a sunny day in their outside patio. Enjoy
During our walk around town, we stumbled upon this bakery. It is rustic inside with several artifacts including an old cash register and an old stove. There are limited items to eat, but they had a good assortment of desserts - pastries. There were several tables inside the building and some outside as well. Desserts cost $4ish each. There were several beverages and some sandwiches.
Carcross was a stop on our tour from Skagway. We were told that this bakery had good soup, so we decided to give it a try. It was very good! You can eat inside, or outside.
What I love most are the soups. Salmon chowder is absolutely a must have! Sandwichs are OK. Price is a little high, but the is the Yukon territory, everything is expensive.
Great little bakery with good freshly baked goods. They are famous for their sourdough bread, which is wonderful, especially when warm in the morning but try their other goods as well. very nice, friendly staff... they own the Chilkoot Cabins as well.
We stopped here for lunch while on a tour of the area. Sandwiches were good and filling. I had the egg salad which was quite tasty. The bread was fresh and soft. We also shared a couple of sweet treats which were tasty as well.
Los Angeles, California
We got some water and two loafs of bread for the car ride. $6 for the loaf and they offered to cut it for us. We ate more then half before we got to emerald lake. it was super soft in the middle though it didn't taste like sourdough to me. Still excellent. They had gigantic scones for $5 , but I didn't try them. I thought their prices were a little high, but it is a secluded area.
We were a group of 4 and enjoyed a wonderful lunch here. I highly recommend this place to anyone in the area, I had a delicious sleighdog and peanut butter cookie. My friends enjoyed a hearty soup of the day. We all tried a variety of desserts and enjoyed them all.
We came in to get a cup of coffee & giant cinnamon bun but ended up trying several things. The coffee was free & pretty good. The cinnamon buns were pretty good too. The blueberry mango scone was super moist & best scone we've ever tried. The smoky bacon potato soup was pretty good, good flavor but not quite done, but we kind of rushed them. Sourdough cheese stick so good & soup was better with the cheese stick. Snickerdoodle was good & not standard. Bathroom was really clean. I wish we could have bought bread to take home but we were still several days from home & we just didn't need any food on the cruise ship. Oh & cool old building, once the police barracks.
Stopped here , and the sandwich and soup combo was amazing. $13 for a very fresh and huge sandwich and a mug of awesome home made soup . Soup to die for . Free coffee all you can slurp down. Clean toilets. Friendly staff and nice rural atmosphere .
Getting off the cruise ship and just rented a Van to find none touristy things went to look at Bennett lake and found this little gem. The folks were super...
Stopped here on the way to Emerald Lake with Dyea Dave via bus tour. Great little cafe serving soups, sandwiches, scones, bread, etc... I really enjoyed the...