A prospector, trapper, hunter, woodcutter, gardener, dog musher and great sourdough cook will describe the Fannie “Q” Quigley, an Alaskan with a rough-and-tumble, hard-working personality admired for her loads of hospitality.
In May, at the start of Princess Cruises 50th year of sailing to Alaska,the DenalibPrincess Wilderness Lodge will debut a restaurant and bar named after the Alaskan pioneer, Fannie Q’s, showcasing her story and locally inspired dishes in a modern saloon setting.
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Fannie Q’s Saloon will offer indoor and outdoor seating with a total capacity of 180, located at the Lodge in the centre of Princess Village. In the evening, live entertainment will fill the air offering a lively local atmosphere.
Just outside of Fannie Q’s Saloon, the Fireside Patio also debuts with three fire pits offering a new gathering place for guests to roast marshmallows, talk about their adventures and have a drink in the midnight sun. Light refreshments will also be available for purchase.