Restaurants in Alaska
The best Alaskan cuisine is based on nature's bounty: seafood, wild game and berries. In Anchorage in particular, you'll find that farm-to-table (or wilderness-to-table) spirit brought to life, alongside local craft beer and even the occasional berry-infused wine. Here are some of our favorite restaurants in Alaska:
Seven Glaciers: This Alaska restaurant, located in the Hotel Alyeska in Girdwood, gives you an excuse to take a tram to the top of Mt. Alyeska, where the great views are a match for the AAA Four Diamond restaurant. The cuisine focuses on local seafood and an epic dessert, the Baked Alyeska.
Glacier Brewhouse: This microbrewery and restaurant in Anchorage serves great burgers, smoked sockeye salmon and fresh seafood chowders, alongside local craft beers, of course.
Tracy's King Crab Shack: This favorite in Juneau serves its signature ingredient (crab) as delicious bisque, mini-cakes and more.
Big Daddy's Barbeque: This Fairbanks spot may be the best barbeque joint northwest (OK, quite northwest) of the Mason-Dixon Line. They do great brisket, ribs, and pulled pork with all of the fixings.