Alaska January 12, 2016
These 11 Unique Restaurants In Alaska Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience (Part II)
Way back in July we brought you
These 12 Unique Restaurants In Alaska Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience. And now we’re bringing you another 11 restaurants in Alaska that are even more unique and unforgettable in their own way! We’ve included places from all around the state so you’ll be able to stop in at one near you.
1) Double Musky Inn
Probably one of the most unique and memorable dining experiences you can have in Alaska is at the Double Musky Inn in Girdwood. The food served up in this backwoods shack-style restaurant is to die for.
2) The Smoke Shack
In Seward you can dine on some delicious dishes while sitting in an old, abandoned train cart. That is a meal to remember if you ask me, and the food is pretty stinking great too. I mean, just look at that frittata!
3) V's Cellar Door
V's Cellar Door Yelp Page
A great spot in Juneau to eat is V's Cellar Door. This restaurant seems to get nothing but stellar reviews.
4) The Crow's Nest
Offering the best views and vino in Anchorage, you've got to wine and dine yourself at the Crows Nest atop The Captain Cook Hotel.
5) Bubbly Mermaid Champagne & Oyster Bar
Do you like champagne? Do you like oysters? If not... what's wrong with you?! If you do, you absolutely must stop in at the Bubbly Mermaid the next time you're in downtown Anchorage. There is even a little boutique attached to it for your perusing needs.
6) The Pump House
The Pump House in Fairbanks serves the best Elk Meatloaf you'll ever have.
7) The Hangar On The Wharf
The Hangar On The Wharf in Juneau is a great place to take your significant other. Watch the float planes land and take off right from your table!
8) Mountain High Pizza Pie
If you're in Talkeetna on one of the nights there is a live band at Mountain High Pizza Pie, then you've got to stop by. The pizza is excellent but so is the experience. Everyone is friendly and the entertainment is off the wall.
9) The Turtle Club
The Turtle Club just outside of Fairbanks has a rustic feel and mouthwatering seafood. For a unique dining experience and an awesome pub atmosphere, visit the Turtle Club.
10) Seaview Cafe
The Seaview Cafe in Hope is almost an Alaskan gem. The food is unbelievable and the service is friendly. This joint is off the Seward Highway and just one visit will have you coming back for more.
11) St. Elias Brewing Co.
St. Elias Brewing Co. is in Soldotna and if you're not a big beer person then at least try their homemade root beer!
Have you been to any of these restaurants? What did you think? Are there any other unique restaurants that you would add to this list?