by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Photo by Simon Evans
Serves up ambitious cuisine in an elegant setting.
Crush Wine Bistro & Cellar
Fun tapas-style bistro and wine bar.
Humpy’s Great Alaskan Ale House
Changing draught beer selection and classic American menu.
A culinary icon in Anchorage for almost 30 years.
Marx Brothers Café
Widely considered the best restaurant in Alaska.
Peter's Sushi Spot
Boasts chic, modern décor and top-quality sushi.
Sacks Cafe And Restaurant
Features adventurous food in an intimate atmosphere.
Enjoy locally sourced produce at this ski-resort eatery.
Simon & Seafort's Saloon and Grill
Offers a breathtaking uninterrupted view.
Snow City Cafe
The clear local favorite for brunch or breakfast.
"To the lover of wilderness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful countries in the world." —John Muir
FEATURED // Mt. McKinley “Flightseeing”
FEATURED // Bear Tooth Theatrepub and Grill
FEATURED // Seven Glaciers
FEATURED // Anchorage Museum Shop
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