The Massive Brunch Plates At This Iconic Alaskan Restaurant Are The Perfect Way To Start Your Day
If you’re a brunch fanatic, then you can’t miss these massive brunch plates in Alaska. Located at Humpy’s Alaskan Alehouse in Anchorage, breakfast at this iconic spot is a must-have. Make sure to pencil in an hour or two of great food, an epic Bloody Mary bar, and all the eggs you can handle.
There’s a place in downtown Anchorage that is famous for all the right things.
A local’s bar and restaurant, they serve tasty fresh Alaska seafood and boast a wide selection of beers, wines, and liquors. They also have a famous Bloody Mary bar.
So, of course brunch at Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse is going to combine all of the things they’re known for.
Expect hearty dishes packed full of Alaska seafood, eggs, and all the hangover cures you need. And the mimosas and Bloody Marys don’t hurt, either!
Most places serve Eggs Benedict with just two eggs.
But Humpy’s knows better. Why have two eggs when you can have three? Just order the Triple Benedict and they will set you right up.
And don’t forget to add Alaska Smoked Salmon crumbles to any dish for an extra pop of “wow!"
Add extra breakfast potatoes, reindeer sausage, or even King Crab to make those brunch dishes even bigger and better.
One of the stars on the menu is undoubtedly the Hangover Burger, followed closely by the Hangover Skillet.
Lean ground beef is topped with peppered bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, and a fried egg. And it’s also served with fries! Big and bountiful if you’re coming to breakfast hungry.
And don’t forget their Bloody Mary bar.
This brunch cocktail bar has won more awards than any other Bloody Mary bar in Alaska. And each one is crafted with your favorite vodka, Titos!
Breakfast at Humpy’s can’t be missed. Make sure you make it from 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.
Whether you’re dining indoors or out, Saturday or Sunday needs to be reserved for this fun local spot. You’ll love it so much it will earn a permanent spot on your brunch restaurant rotation!
Have you ever tried one of these massive brunch plates in Alaska? What did you think? Did you order from the Bloody Mary Bar, too? Let us know in the comments below!
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Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse, 610 W 6th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99501, USA