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Bernie’s Bungalow Lounge

Bernie’s Bungalow Lounge (626 D Street, Anchorage) — Bernie’s Bungalow Lounge was founded in a little white house in 1997, with the goal of offering Alaskans a unique martini lounge. Since then it has adapted and expanded to meet changing times. Known for its large outdoor patio, and live music on the weekend, Bernie’s is […]

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Yak and Yeti

Yak and Yeti (3301 Spenard Road, Anchorage) — The legendary Tibetan paradise Shambala, idealized by novelist James Hilton as Shangri-la, has come to symbolize a mysterious, unobtainable paradise. One bite of the specialties served up at Yak and Yeti and you might just think you’ve stumbled into the fabled lost valley. Simple ingredients and delicious […]

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Sorrento’s

Sorrento’s (610 East Fireweed Lane, Anchorage) – this family owned & operated restaurant has provides locals with gourmet house-made Italian food for decades. All of its sauces are prepared in-house daily to provide the highest quality for its customers. Sorrento’s menu has an extensive variety ranging from traditional Italian dishes like Chicken Parmigiana to Black […]

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Sakura Asian Bistro

Sakura Asian Bistro (Alyeska Resort, 1000 Arlberg Avenue, Girdwood) – this Anchorage-area restaurant’s sleek interior provides a stylish stage for artful sushi, sashimi and teppan-seared meats. Creative specialty sushi rolls incorporate the best from Alaska waters into traditional favorites, with a few pleasant surprises. There is far more than just sushi on offer; fresh Alaska […]

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Muse

Muse (Anchorage Museum, 625 C Street, Anchorage) — The Anchorage Museum’s gallery-worthy works don’t just hang on the walls, they’re on the menu as well. MUSE presents delicious contemporary cuisine in a space as artfully designed as any museum piece. Enjoy lunchtime favorites with inventive flourishes, such as the Bacon Brie Avocado Burger, grilled Alaska […]

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Marx Bros. Café

Marx Bros. Café (627 West 3rd Avenue, Anchorage) – this restaurant specializes in innovative contemporary cuisine featuring fresh Alaskan seafood and only the finest quality meats. Marx’s chef revises the menu each night to reflect unique ingredients and imaginative preparations. Their cuisine is expertly paired with an extensive selection of wines housed in one of […]

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Haute Quarter Grill

Haute Quarter Grill (525 West Fourth Avenue, Anchorage) — this restaurant makes good use of its eponymous grill; dry-rubbed Baby Back Ribs, seared New York steaks and roasted prime rib will quiet that inner carnivore. Tastes aren’t landlocked though, there are plenty of mouthwatering seafood dishes, including the Seafood Jambalaya made with scallops, prawns and […]

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Hangar on the Wharf

Hangar on the Wharf (2 Marine Way #106, Juneau) — looking for that majestic waterfront view? Check out Hangar on the Wharf, one of the best Alaska restaurants for hearty dinners. Built out of an old airplane hangar, this restaurant provides lovely views of the channel. There are 25 beer taps and over 125 beers […]

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Gold Creek Salmon Bake

Gold Creek Salmon Bake (1061 Salmon Creek Lane, Juneau) – featured on Bravo Television’s “Top Chef” show, this restaurant is a must for those visiting Juneau. Diners can savor the aroma of wild Alaska salmon grilling over a fragrant alderwood fire – the signature entrée at this all-you-can-eat adventure. Along with salmon, there’s Cheechako chicken, […]

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Ginger

  Ginger (425 West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage) — Creativity reigns supreme in this Asian-themed restaurant. Ginger is passionate about providing deliciously fresh and exciting dishes. Start things off with Spring Rolls or to-die-for Banana Lemongrass Soup. Choose from a delightful and always surprising menu that includes fresh Alaska seafood, as well as Mee Krob, lobster-glazed […]