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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.
Opened in 1960, locals love this place for the chicken and fabulous burgers. Burgers are 1/4 pound, Cheeseburgers, Swiss and Bacon Burger and BLT's are all part of its menu. But it is the fried chicken that people really want; and its here! No one has ever walked out of here unimpressed with its chicken. End your meal with some Strawberry Shortcake or a Hot Fudge Shake. No alcoholic beverages are served.
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.
Start your meal off with a roasted garlic head with beer batter bread served with spreadable gorgonzola cheese. Then press through rest of the menu, which features excellent pizzas and fresh salads. Try the Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Pizza, white pizza (Greek style with artichoke hearts, feta and mushrooms) or the Chicken Picante. Drinks feature home brewed root beer for the kids and kid in you, and award winning ales and lagers for the adults.
A real Alaskan experience, this restaurant has scads of memorabilia on its walls and in displays. President Carter and the first lady once ate here while passing through Anchorage. Down-to-earth, friendly Alaskans - who are happy to share what they know of Alaska - operate this restaurant. Meals are served all day, and you may expect large Alaskan portions. Have your omelet with reindeer sausage, or a grilled halibut sandwich for lunch. Dinner options include barbecued salmon, and wine and beer is available.