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BUSINESS Capital City Weekly Making people feel good, loved and appreciated is Kim Long's forte. Long, 52, is the founder of Stowaway Café, a restaurant on the waterfront of Skagway that ended its 18 years of operation on Sunday, Sept. 23. It's rather unfair to call the establishment a restaurant. The Stowaway was a home, the employees considered each other family, diners were treated with a passionate level of hospitality and the quality of the food was a novelty.

Stowaway finishes its last supper

Stowaway chefs, from left to right, Dylan Healy, Brian Mcmamee and Eric Wolner pause during a break between lunch and dinner rushes on one of the last weekends of the restaurant.
Photos By Amanda Compton / Capital City Weekly
Stowaway chefs, from left to right, Dylan Healy, Brian Mcmamee and Eric Wolner pause during a break between lunch and dinner rushes on one of the last weekends of the restaurant.
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