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.
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.
Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse, or Humpy's as it is lovingly called, has plenty of beer, live music and merrymaking. Over 40 specialty and micro draft beers can be coupled with some seafood grill, pastas, oysters and burgers. There's a range of events happening all the time at this lively bar, from the Pub Quiz to the Oktoberfest tasting.
This bar's interior is filled with couches and overstuffed chairs. From the bar, it serves up a mean martini to go with its hot DJ tunes. Wearing anything from grunge to suits, young professionals walk through the door prepared to groove and chill. The food served up takes its inspiration from all over the world, with offerings that range from hummus to Phat Thai. The bungalow's large outdoor area is a huge draw during the summer.
Opened in 1995 by owners Marsha Carroll and chef Angelo Vosilla, CampoBello Bistro make simple foods wonderful. For lunch try hot sandwiches such as the Italian sausage and peppers or the seafood crepes. Dinner entrees vary from veal Saltimbocca and New York steak to fresh pasta and mushroom marinara. Desserts like creme brulee and great coffee top off the great meals.
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.
The bright, tile-lined, diner-like kitchen detracts from an intimate feel, but it serves as a nice business dinner location. Appetizers of Steamed Mussels or Salmon Mousse Portobello give way to a variety of entrees like the Roast Pork Tenderloin with a lingonberry glaze, or the Grilled Alaska Salmon accompanied by Portobello strips. Desserts range from Walnut Crust Cheesecake to the Cinnamon Crumble Apple Crisp. Wine and fine spirits are available.
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.
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.