The Talkeetna Roadhouse has been serving up heaps of home cooked meals served at large tables since the 1940s. Most famous these days for breakfasts of traditional scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy (of the reindeer variety) and bigger-than-the-plate hotcakes made with a sourdough starter dating back to 1902. Seating is family-style, meaning that diners may find themselves sharing a table with climbers fresh off the highest peak in North America, Denali, or sitting next to a local from 'up the tracks.' The scratch bakery produces four varieties of cinnamon rolls (Frosty, Sticky, Nutty and Razzy) plus pies, cookies, brownies, cakes, both sweet and savory pasties as well as a different kind of bread baked daily. Pie making classes are offered on weekends throughout the winter months and are sold as a complete overnight package through the Alaska Railroad.