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Best of Anchorage, Alaska

Spenard Roadhouse has good food but it has been very crowded, and is still working on service issues. But it's new and I'm sure it will settle down. Double Musky is definitely worth a visit, and I also like Maxine's Glacier City Bistro, also in Girdwood. I don't like the menu or food or service at Suite 100, but it's a nice place to have a drink. Villa Nova is definitely worth a visit. I think Jens and Kincaid Grill are both nice, but the strip mall ambience is a turn-off to me. I've heard good things about Peppercini's but haven't been there. And I'll have to try Hula Hands.

Apr 23, 2009
paul99501 in Pacific Northwest

Best of Anchorage, Alaska

From a foodie who has lived in Anchorage for 20 years, here's my best places to eat and drink in Anchorage, Alaska.


Jackie’s Place in Spenard
Downtown Deli on 4th (best sourdough pancakes)
Marty’s New York Bagels (locations on Northern Lights and on Dimond)
Snow City (on 4th Ave. downtown)


Charlie’s Bakery on C St. (casual, not open for dinner)


Thai Kitchen on Tudor (only consistently good Thai food in town)


Dish on International Airport
Yamato Ya on Old Seward (casual, less expensive)
Kumagoro on 4th downtown
Kansha on Dimond
Sushi Garden on Huffman


Romanos at C and Fireweed
Ninos at Old Seward and 36th




Bombay Deluxe on Northern Lights

Bar Food:

Peanut Farm Old Seward and International (extensive menu, good wings)
Longbranch Saloon on E. Diamond (good burgers)


Tommy’s Burger Stop
Longbranch Saloon on E. Dimond


Doriola’s on Tudor (super good food, all homemade)
Marty’s New York Bagels
Middle Way Café on Northern Lights (all homemade
New Cauldron in the University Center (all homemade)
French Café Bakery on Muldoon
Humpy’s (good bar/restaurant with good food and lots of local beers)
Dianne’s (downtown 550 W. 7th)
Falafel King on Gambell (carry-out and yummy!)


Greek Corner at C and Fireweed


Moose’s Tooth (excellent brewpub and top-notch pizza)

Fine Dining:

Crow's Nest at the Captain Cook (probably my favorite fancy restaurant -- great view, great service)
Marx Brothers
Café Savanah (tapas place on 6th Ave on Town Square)

Good Places to Drink:

Sub Zero
Simon and Seaforts
Peanut Farm
Bernie’s Bungalow

Fish and Chips:

Captain Chuck’s
Momma ‘Os


Side Street Espresso (G St. between 4th and 5th downtown)

Other Good Places:

Tap Root Café on Huffman (funky casual)
Bear Tooth (good restaurant, brewpub, and also as a theaterpub)
Café Amsterdam (breakfast, lunch, dinner and good beer)
Sugarspoon (homemade desserts, on Spenard Road)

Apr 22, 2009
paul99501 in Pacific Northwest