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 display of delectable desserts greets you as you step into this classy south Anchorage restaurant, established in 1996. Frequent diners include Alaska's governor and Anchorage's mayor. It became an instant success with locals because of a consistently superb fresh seafood menu and innovative preparations of pork loin, venison and peppered steak. Wine is available by the glass or bottle, and microbrewed beer rounds out the meal.
Opened in 1997, this pub took Anchorage by storm. The menu holds a full selection of appetizers from Brewhouse Amber ale-battered halibut and calamari to desserts such as wood oven-roasted bread pudding or outstanding crème brulee. Entrees vary also, from an applewood grilled King Salmon, to a three peppercorn spit-roasted prime rib accompanied by garlic-mashed potatoes. Of course, don't forget to try the house-brewed beers.
Outstanding atmosphere and burgers make it successful. Each wall is covered in Alaskan history through photos and stories of the many friends of this restaurant. Locals and tourists alike, tip their heads back and read from these walls. Offering basic burgers with different spins including the halibut or the salmon patty, it is best known for the big juicy hamburgers and tasty fries that come in large portions served piping hot. Shakes, sodas and coffee are available but not alcohol.
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.
Do not come for conversation, you will be competing with your animated, knife-juggling chef and comedian. From Splash 'N Meadow (steak and shrimp $24.99) to Fish Tsutsumi-Yaki with Yakisoba (salmon and vegetables $24.99) to vegetable tempuras, there are choices for the meat, seafood or vegetarian lover. Traditional dishes such as the Hibachi Scallops ($22.99) and Benihana Yakisoba Dinner ($16.99) are both delectable. Full sushi menu is available by request. A full lunch menu is available from $7.99. Full bar onsite.
On the corner of F Street and Fourth Avenue, brass tables and chairs, hanging table lamps and a tremendous array of menu items greet the predominantly business clientele. Choose between dumpling entrees, Salmon Teriyaki, King Crab legs (price varies), Ginger Steaks and tempura prepared vegetables and seafood. Other selections include an outstanding fresh salmon Sashimi, Sukiyaki (lean beef sliced and sauteed with noodles), Oden (boiled eggs, radish and potatoes in broth) and a variety of Sushi. Beer and wine is available.
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.