Shopping and Dining

There is one small grocery store that has all the essentials, including a small hardware section upstairs. A local gallery and teahouse showcases the regions talented artists – with watercolor paintings, engravings, handcrafted jewelry, locally written memoirs and native storybooks and even local goat’s milk soap. You can sip a latte made from organic beans from the local roaster, and eat a crepe surrounded by art. There are three other gift shops in town, one in the local gas station that sports historic red pumps. Local lodges serve dinners ranging from the freshest locally caught seafood to hearty meat and poultry dishes served with beautiful greens. The lodge restaurant in Bartlett Cove touts a deck with a sunset view of-the- Fairweather Mountain Range on clear evenings.

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