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  • Friday 12:00 PM - 08:00 PM
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  • Sunday 12:00 PM - 08:00 PM
  • Cajun
  • Creole

Poor Betty’s in Valdez, Alaska, is a charming eatery that offers a unique blend of Southern Creole cuisine with an Alaskan twist. This food truck is known for its ever-evolving menu and exceptional service. It has captured the hearts of locals and visitors alike. Located at 141 Galena Dr, in front of Valdez Brewing, Poor Betty’s is a must-visit destination for food lovers looking to savor delicious dishes in a welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re a fan of Creole flavors or eager to experience a delightful fusion of Southern and Alaskan culinary influences, Poor Betty’s promises an unforgettable dining experience.

Poor Betty’s in Valdez, AK, is renowned for its delectable fusion of southern Creole cuisine with an Alaskan twist. The menu features an array of delicious dishes, with the po’ boys standing out as a fan favorite. These classic New Orleans sandwiches are given an Alaskan twist, incorporating local ingredients and flavors for a unique culinary experience. Try the Frachos of the day, a combination of—French fries and Nachos, the Bavarian pretzel with creole mustard and the Tator Treats. The menu offers a diverse selection of dishes that promise to leave patrons craving for more.

Taking your food from Poor Betty’s into the Valdez Brewing Co. is a match made in culinary heaven. Picture this: you have a steaming plate of the Fracho of the day or a mouthwatering Alaskan seafood po’ boy from Poor Betty’s, and you stroll into the Valdez Brewing Co. with its cozy, laid-back atmosphere. Pairing your flavorful meal with a refreshing locally brewed beer is an experience not to be missed. The combination of savory southern Creole cuisine and the vibrant Alaskan beer scene creates a dining adventure that tantalizes the taste buds and leaves a lasting impression.

Poor Betty’s is a culinary hotspot in Valdez that offers a unique fusion of southern Creole cuisine with an Alaskan twist. Despite being a food truck with limited seating, the ever-evolving menu captures the hearts of locals and visitors alike. The menu has a diverse selection of dishes, including po’ boys with an Alaskan twist, ensuring something for everyone. While it is primarily a food truck, it is affiliated with Valdez Brewing, which provides indoor seating for customers to enjoy their delicious Cajun cuisine. So you can grab a seat inside Valdez Brewing and savor your meal from Poor Betty’s in a cozy setting or grab your food to go. Poor Betty’s provides a delightful dining experience that perfectly marries flavorful cuisine with refreshing locally brewed beer.

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  • Sarah Heidler
    Sarah Heidler
    6 months ago

    I got the chicken over fries (ranch and Buffalo sauce) and my husband got the chicken poor boy sandwich, both were piping hot and delicious!!! For a small food truck, the deliver some stellar food. And a huge portion too. We spent $40 for two adults.

  • Hannah Keith
    Hannah Keith
    2 months ago

    Tried this spot for the first time tonight and it was amazing! They are settling into winter hours but hopefully will be open in the evenings Thursday thru Monday. We had the bulgogi sliders and they were soooooo good (pic is after we ate two of them). Cost was $20. Well worth it!

  • Kathryn DuFresne
    Kathryn DuFresne
    2 years ago

    AMAZING food and great service. Gumbo was the best we've had in the state, and I always love a calamari with tentacles in it! Will absolutely come back next time I'm in Valdez.

  • Whysay
    Whysay
    6 months ago

    Delicious food. You really can't go wrong with food at Poor Betty's. Only gave 4 stars on atmosphere due to they don't have seating. The brewery in same parking lot let's people use their seating, but then I feel obligated to purchase from their establishment and they only carry beer. I hear its good, but I don't like beer.

  • Adam Anderson
    Adam Anderson
    a month ago

    The Double Trouble Bacon Jam burger was amazing. It was limited offering but I’d love to see it again!

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