Fairbanks, Alaska, is the home of the Creamers Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, which features 1,800 acres of ponds, forests, and fields where migratory birds come to visit. Inuit food is a common type of cuisine in Fairbanks. You could visit a family-owned and -operated restaurant and try fermented fish with bannock flatbread or akutaq. The community is also home to several taverns where you could try one of the imported liquors or locally made fermented beverages alongside a plate of fried fish or a meat patty made of caribou or elk and served on a hearty sourdough bun. The community is also home to several diners where breakfast is a popular meal. Try a full plate of bacon, eggs over easy, whole wheat toast, and berries.