This restaurant offers light French cuisine. Teak paneling, candle light and tabletop-to-ceiling windows add to the romance of panoramic sunset views. Feeling indecisive? Try the chef's Tasting Menu and receive five courses plus wine chosen by the wine steward. More than 1,200 labels are available. Dress is formal; the clientele, sophisticated.
This pub is classy and casual, drawing as many locals as it does guests staying within the hotel. The deep mahogany theme of the hotel continues throughout with dark leather booths and bar stools providing comfortable seating. Best known are the gourmet, two person pizzas with toppings of garlic and feta or chicken fajita. Start with baked garlic and bread or steamer clams, and then proceed to enjoy the Gorgonzola topped spinach salad. The full bar offers all mixed drinks, beer and some wine.
Opened in 1998, it quickly became Anchorage's "Favorite New Restaurant" in its first year. Breakfast entrees such as the tofu Scramble and Eggs Benedict are available all day. Lunches include the Greek pita and the salmon cake Hero sandwich. Fresh soups and sandwiches are also made daily.
Middle Way Cafe is the place to go for healthy eats that also score high on flavor. With a menu loaded with vegan and vegetarian treats, it has plenty of sandwiches, burgers, salads and smoothies to take care of your appetite. Most of the food is organic and gluten-free, and it also observes eco-friendly practices like recycling plastic and paper. Their smoothies and juices are available in flavors like Follow Your Heart combining blueberry, strawberry and banana, and Beet'le Juice with beetroot, carrot and celery. Relish items such as The Big Limonskie Salad, Coconut Chipotle with Black Bean and Sweet Potato Soup, Turkey Cranberry Sandwich and Moroccan Bowl. This eatery showcases works by both upcoming and prominent local artists on a rotating basis.
Sacks Cafe and Restaurant is one of the most popular places in Anchorage to devour on fresh seafood. The soups, salads and wine pairing finesse at Sacks Cafe and Restaurant is well talked about in all of Alaska. The ambiance of the place is lively with a welcoming feel to it. Patrons rush in to eat well prepared sea food and have carefree conversations. The bar is one of the busiest corners in this eatery where all the spirited action is. The service staff is helpful and courteous without being overbearing. Brunch on Saturday and Sunday is a weekly feature at Sacks.
Soft arches join three separate rooms under dim lighting where booths and tables are topped with oil lamps. Try the combination platters for the largest variety or the dinners served with rice and beans varying from Enchiladas Zuizas to Chili Rellenos. Lunch specials offer slightly smaller portions (and prices) and include Jumbo Prawns with salad and fries, Tamales and many others. Beer, wine and mixed drinks are served.
Hiding in the Anchorage Museum, Muse is a welcome change from it's museum restaurant peers. The ambiance has a modern feel to it with a splash of the color red. The sunlight falls through the glass windows and transforms the mood of the place. Muse is a cafe as well as a restaurant with some refreshing and cheap coffees accompanied by trademark American food to go with. The bar is also stocked up with various varieties of beers and drinks.