Palmer is a city in and the borough seat of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is part of the Anchorage Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the population of the city is 5,937.
Things to do in Palmer
4.5 based on 295 reviews
The Noisy Goose is never a letdown. Whenever you don't want to cook yourself, or you're just tired of fast food, this restaurant is the answer; Not fancy, just good. The staff is always very friendly and checks on you often. Do not let yourself leave without a piece of one of the many, delicious pies. I highly recommend.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
On our way back through town we were a bit tired and dragging, so we thought that some caffeine would boost us right up. The hot coffees were great, but the iced latte had so much ice in the cup that it was gone in about four swallows. Ask for low ice if you go here.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
I ran into this little chocolate shop tucked inside a building where I had lunch in Palmer. This small chocolate shoppe had chocolate dipped strawberries for approx $1.50 each! They were delicious. The dark chocolate dipped caramels with sea salt were also very tasty. Also reasonably priced. The chocolate were wrapped with care, ribbons, etc. Lots of small town charm here, go check it out. Only 1 display case of goods, but all looked very fresh & what I got was very good. The ambiance was a little too dim for my taste, however, it was about 80 degrees & maybe they were trying to keep it as cool as possible for the sake of the chocolate!
4.5 based on 358 reviews
We went here to warm up and enjoy the food at then venue. The rain kept us close to town and enjoyed being in Palmer for lunch
5 based on 9 reviews
One of the few places that knew what a London Fog was when I ordered it. Perfect blend of cream and vanilla flavoring. Service is quick and prices are great.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
This corner coffee/sandwich shop is a typical overpriced place that epitomizes dining out in Alaska: everything is expensive. The food and drinks are good, though.
My friend and I stopped here after a hike for a post-hike snack. I had a cappuccino and chicken wrap, she had tea and a sandwich. My wrap was quite good, but there was little chicken in it; a bit pricey for $12.
All that aside, I really like the interior of this place. It's clean and bright. There's ample seating, it's well-lighted, and service is friendly and fast. We sat at our little two-seat table by the window and surfed the internet for a while, even after we were done with our meal and we not once were told we had to leave. I really appreciated that since I had some business I needed to get done that day and needed a good wifi connection. Many others were also sitting around much longer than necessary and weren't told to leave. We did leave, however, when the early dinner rush came in late that afternoon.
4 based on 9 reviews
Starbucks is located within Fred Meyer. Starbucks is offering a small choice in food as this can be bought and be eaten in the supermarket. A lot of people buy their breakfast in de FM and then eat it at the starbucks place.
4 based on 230 reviews
We have frequented the Ale House for years. Why? Because the fries were awesome, seemingly fresh cut, and you could get them cooked crispy.
Tonight, they aren’t good. Think generic bag fries.
The prime rib sandwiches were still good.
Just in case the manager reads this. Post a note saying you went back to the local potato supplier and we will start visiting again.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Ingredients are fresh. Pizza brick fired. Quaint atmosphere, not too many tables. Busy, busy pizza parlour. So if you want pizza, order early. Prices are spendy, slices are small. But for the taste, quality and fired pizza, well worth it. Small family run business. Located in Palmer. I would go back and take my visitors. Best pizza place in Alaska. I ordered my pizza for take out.. picked it up. Not sure if they have delivery.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
I have eaten before and enjoyed it thoroughly, I came back and loved it even more! I came on a Sunday afternoon at about 2:00 pm. I tried every dish in my party and -wow!- they were fantastic. I wouldn't recommend getting a burger (the burger was great, though) because the other sandwiches were out of this world. I had pulled pork sandwich and the meat was just stacked up on it, the sauce in it was perfect. My husband had prime rib sandwich and it was fantastic - I am going to have to get that next time! My son ordered off the children's menu and I was very impressed with the amount of chicken he got - three huge pieces. The breading was a nice thickness and seemed to have a hint of rosemary. The price is right, the food is awesome.
One downside (or upside - depends on your situation) is that there is not a lot of seating. Not a lot of room at the Inn.
I love the atmosphere of the Inn - it feels real, authentic. It is not showy or extravagant. But allows you to totally focus on your food and the people across the table!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.