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325 W. 8th Ave, Anchorage, AK, US, 99501

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3.9 out of 5 (56 reviews)
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  • Bars & Cafes


    Hiding in the Anchorage Museum, Muse is a welcome change from it's museum restaurant peers. The ambiance has a modern feel to it with a splash of the color red. The sunlight falls through the glass windows and transforms the mood of the place. Muse is a cafe as well as a restaurant with some refreshing and cheap coffees accompanied by trademark American food to go with. The bar is also stocked up with various varieties of beers and drinks.

    625 C Street
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Sullivan's Steakhouse

    Massive bottles of Veuve Clicquot (gold label) grace the long wooden tables placed as dividers within this large, one-room dining room. Hand-cut steaks and an extensive wine list draw a crowd every night. Appetizers of Baked Clams Casino, oysters on the half shell, and Sullivan's crab cakes are excellent starts to a terrific meal. Nine optional side dishes complement the entrees, which include salmon steaks and grilled tuna, lamb rib chops and filet mignon. Live bands play in the bar on weekends.

    320 West 5th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Club Paris

    Established in the 60s, the same family still operates this local steakhouse. The signature four-inch thick 14-ounce filet mignon, established the "fine steakhouse" reputation. Other entree options include the 16-ounce New York steak, 16-ounce Prime Rib; as well as appetizers like steamer clams and Cajun mushrooms. Desserts like the macadamia nut pie will likely have to be taken home because portions are so large. The best advice, resign yourself and keep ordering. It is worth every penny and bite.

    417 West 5th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501


    Ginger is a restaurant with an adventurous soul. Located in Downtown Anchorage, Ginger dishes up some mouth watering Pacific Rim cuisine with lots of  Asian influences.Ginger is also popular among vegetarians and vegans. The bar is notorious for mixing and inventing original cocktails with surprising twists and can also boast of housing an extensive wine and whiskey list. The ambiance is as trendy and hip as the eclectic mood of the place.

    425 West 5th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse

    Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse or Humpy's as it is lovingly called, has plenty of beer, live music and merrymaking. Over forty specialty and micro draught beers can be coupled with some seafood grill, pastas, oysters and burgers. There's a range of events happening all the time from the Pub Quiz to the Oktoberfest tasting.

    610 West 6th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501


    Adjacent to the Glacier Brewhouse, this establishment offers two stories charmingly decorated in an elegant lodge-like theme. This 6,000-square-foot restaurant and bar holds broad wooden tables, gilded mirrors, dim lighting and an upstairs fireplace. Appetizers served at lunch and dinner include: calamari, smoked salmon, and portabellas on toast points. Entrees include Wild Mushroom Ravioli, Herb Crusted Halibut, or a variety of salmon specials. A nice selection of Italian, French and American wines are available along with a full complement of desserts and dessert drinks.

    737 West 5th Avenue & G Street
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Cafe Promenade

    Plush carpeting and white linens highlight the elegant ambiance that caters to business travelers. Full breakfast and lunch menus list an expected variety of well-prepared American style dishes and give way to an increasingly pleasing dinner menu in late afternoon. Appetizers of Fried Calamari, Seared ahi tuna, sliced sirloin and others are available. Try entrees of garlic shrimp or large Alaskan scallops with fettuccini. A fine variety of wine is also available.

    820 West Seventh Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Glacier BrewHouse

    Opened in 1997, this pub took Anchorage by storm. The menu holds a full selection of appetizers from Brewhouse Amber Ale-Battered Halibut (USD10) and calamari (USD9.50) to desserts such as Wood-Oven-Roasted Bread Pudding (USD6.50) or outstanding crème brulee (USD5.25). Entrees vary also, from an Applewood Grilled King Salmon Pinot (USD20), to a Three Peppercorn Spit-Roasted Prime Rib (USD25) accompanied by garlic-mashed potatoes. Drinks are from USD4-7 per glass; wine (by the bottle) from USD21.

    737 West 5th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Kodiak Kafe & Dinner House

    Offering a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, each menu has a different focus. Pigs in Blanket are a delicious breakfast of sausages wrapped inside of pancakes with apples. Biscuits and Homemade Gravy and Omelets are also available. For lunch, try the Reuben. Dinner is a mix from Tournedos Diane, Manicotti with Marinara or Phad Phak Thai Stir Fry. Alaskan choices are available like Alaskan salmon, halibut, steamed clams and smoked salmon mousse. Beer and wine is offered.

    225 East 5th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »Darwin's Theory

    This is a wildly hopping location most evenings, particularly in summer. A place known for its interesting clientele, many of these patrons seem to spend their every waking moment in this bar, and the result is a warning against alcohol consumption. Nevertheless, this is a fun bar with plenty of young and old people. Many pop in, intrigued by the regulars and the general theme of the establishment. In 1995, Indigo Girls singer Amy Ray visited this joint and wrote "Cut It Out" after her visit here.

    426 G St
    Anchorage, AK 99501

    »The Anchor Pub

    Come unwind with a drink and watch the game at The Anchor Pub in this upscale sports bar. During the commercial breaks, test out how you play on the pool tables or darts tables or show off your dance moves grooving to the live music. The food here is just as good as the drinks, so come hungry!

    712 W Fourth Avenue
    Anchorage, AK

    »Gaslight Lounge

    With satellite sports, darts and pool, as well as a DJ playing rock, techno and dance all week long, this is a great spot for friends to meet and cut loose. Weekends see a wilder crowd looking for the pickup scene. You will find plenty of dancing and rowdiness here, keeping the crowds streaming through the teeny walkways between tables, and the bar and dance floor. Add this to your downtown barhopping schedule and you will not be disappointed. There is no food available and no cover charge.

    721 West 4th Avenue
    Anchorage, AK 99501
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