“where the only thing we overlook is the Columbia River!”
Our Story: Baked Alaska was born in the spring of 2000 and was originally the concept of Chef Christopher Holen, used in mock culinary school projects such as Menus, Business Plans etc. In June of 2000 the ideas spawned a real business plan and school externship. Baked Alaska Soup Co. began as a mobile soup kitchen of sorts, traveling throughout the state of Alaska working off of a 5x8 utility trailer, towed behind a VW camper van. A sourdough bread bowl full of hot soup could be found at nearly any musical festival that summer. We’ve coined the phrase “Have Soup, Will Travel.”
Baked Alaska features Northwest cuisine boasting everything from grilled Wild Salmon, to seared Albacore, to hand tossed pizza and fresh cut steaks. A river view from every table in the dining room, deck seating when the weather cooperates, and two banquet rooms accommodating groups from 20-60. The Northern Lights Lounge serves up a large regional and international wine list, signature cocktails and a nice draft beer selection to lounge patrons and restaurant guests alike. Live music and theme nights throughout the week
Sad to say we were not impressed with the food once it arrived on our table. Nobody wants wet droopy greens, a mediocre meat, or their plate drowned in oils and juices. Not really worth the big bill, though maybe it was just bad luck of ordering that day. The view was great though.
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