Local Restaurant Reviews

Helpful information on where to eat in Alaska

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Want to get out of the city for a few hours? Looking for a cozy place to watch a game? Head over to the Palmer City Alehouse day or night to enjoy good food, good friends, and, of course, a good game.

It’s almost a guarantee that your spirits will perk as you pull up a chair and figure out which television offers the best view. Inside, the red walls evoke warmth, whatever the temperature outside and the wide selection of draft and craft Alaskan beers will make you glow.

The Palmer City Alehouse is like the neighborhood sports bar you’ve always wanted. The menu isn’t spectacular; it’s what you’d expect, with burgers, sandwiches, and plenty of delicious pizzas to choose. If you want to spoil yourself, the Top Cut Sirloin Entrees will surely

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Whether you live around the corner, the other side of the state, or somewhere in the Lower 48 there is a restaurant and pub you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Anchorage. The Glacier Brewhouse is so much more than you might expect from the austere exterior downtown.

For a start, the Glacier is a brewery, but not just any local brewery. With a classic array of brews, complemented by a couple of gluten-free beers, you’ll want to make sure you arrive with a healthy thirst. But, don’t arrive for after-work drinks unless you have a hungry belly too. The food here is temptingly plated and wondrously delicious at that.

Though everything on the menu has an Alaskan twist, the menu draws from various corners of the globe. You may want to start with the

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With a name like V’s Cellar Door, you shouldn’t be surprised when you head underground to enjoy this restaurant. What may be startling, however, is just how comfortable this cellar can be. The décor is overwhelmingly simple. But, somehow, that only allows for the food and the service to stand in the spotlight. And both will impress you.

V’s Cellar Door isn’t like any other restaurant – and that’s not because of the strange setting. It’s the unusual blend of Korean and Mexican cuisines. It’s unlikely you’ve ever experienced food quite like this before. After all, a Bulgogi Steak Infused Burrito can’t be found on just any menu. In case you’re wondering, you’ll find that tortilla stuffed with more than Korean steak; it’ll also have cheeses, a cilantro

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 You might just find it at the Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria here in Anchorage. Okay, it’s remarkably difficult to determine exactly which restaurant offers the best pizza in the state – any state. But, if you were to ask locals, nine times out of ten, they’re likely to say the Moose’s Tooth is the best. In fact, the biggest (perhaps only) complaint people have about this establishment is that it’s too small.

 That’s pretty impressive considering that the owners never thought they would fill the premises when they launched about two decades ago. If you can see past all the people, you’ll notice that the restaurant has a rather casual vibe with plenty of red paint. But, that’s just what you’d expect from large pub and pizzeria with a neighborhood

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