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14 Alaska Restaurants That Will Blow The Taste Buds Out Of Your Mouth

Updated: Jan 3, 2022

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1. Alaskans Keep Their Best Food In The Cellar

V’s Cellar Door

222 Seward St.

Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 586-6870

Yelp: 4 Stars, 12 Reviews Billed as a Mexican-Asian fusion restaurant, V’s Cellar Door has a menu full of ridiculously awesome Mexican favorites infused with Korean spices. The wait staff is super friendly and more than willing to help you navigate their menu of creative blends. It’s a new take on Mexican that will change the way you look at burritos forever.

2. Dinner Is Always Better When It Comes With A View

420 L St.

Anchorage, AK 99501

(907) 274-3502

Yelp: 4 Stars, 318 Reviews Simon and Seafort’s, often simply called Simon’s by the locals, is a great place to feast on some quality cuts of steak. Overlooking the Cook Inlet and the Alaska Range, it’s the perfect steakhouse to set the mood for a memorable romantic date.

3. No One Makes A Better Burger In Alaska Than Tommy

1106 W. 29th Pl

Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 561-5696

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 113 Reviews. Tommy’s Burger Stop isn’t serving up just any old burger. Their menu is chock-full of creative options inspired by flavors found all over the world. If it fits on a burger, there’s a good chance it can be found between two of Tommy’s buns.

4. Snow City Café’s Brunch Is Worth Getting Out Of Bed For, In All Kinds Of Weather

1034 W. 4th Ave

Anchorage, AK 99501

(907) 272-2489

Yelp: 4 Stars, 478 Reviews. With a menu full of delicious breakfast and lunch items and a fun atmosphere to match, Snow City Café will instantly become one of your Anchorage favorites. Plus, it’s a great place to get espresso, which might as well be Alaska’s state drink.

5. Crave-Worthy Crepes Await In Fairbanks

The Crepery

535 2nd Ave.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

(907) 450-9192

Yelp: 5 Stars, 11 Reviews. Relatively new to the Fairbanks food scene, the Crepery offers up a huge variety of these thin French pancakes filled with meat, veggie, fruit, and dessert options. It’s a great place to kick back and relax with a coffee and a quick snack.

6. Grab A Scrumptious Bite At Moose’s Tooth

3300 Old Seward Hwy

Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 258-2537

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 632 Reviews. Moose’s Tooth will satisfy any pizza lover’s appetite. With tons of creative pizza options on an every changing menu, you can’t go wrong with selections like the chipotle steak pizza and the perfectly spiced “Avalanche” pizza pie.

7. Beat The Cold With A Couple Delicious Brews At Denali

13605 E Main St.

Talkeetna, AK 99676

(907) 733-2536

Yelp: 4 Stars, 57 Reviews. It’s hard to master both beer and eats, but Denali Brewing Company has done it. Two of their most popular beers are the Mother Ale and Twisted Creek IPA. These delicious craft brews pair perfectly with the menu options of the Twisted Creek Restaurant, with entrees ranging from short ribs to Thai coconut curry shrimp.

8. Let Your Palette Circle The Globe At The International House Of Hot Dogs

International House Of Hot Dogs

407 E Northern Lights Blvd

Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 268-0771

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 22 Reviews. It might just seem like a little shack, but International House Of Hot Dogs, or IHOH, brings wieners to an art form. With several meat options including reindeer and buffalo, their worldly selection of dogs like the Mexican dog, the Hawaiian dog, the German dog, and many more simply can’t be beat.

9. Samovars Will Have You Thinking You Can See Russia From Your Mouth


245 Marine Way

Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 500-9980

Yelp: 4 Stars, 7 Reviews. Samovars serves up some of the most authentic Russian food in the state, which is saying something for an area of the country so close to Russia. Russian classics like pelmeni, pirozhki, and the blintz are must tries if you’re in the Juneau area.

10. Curry Up And Try The Amazing Food At Saffron

130 N. Franklin St.

Juneau, AK 99801

(907) 586-1036

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 14 Reviews. One of the last places you’d expect to see an Indian restaurant, these Juneauans do it right. They’ve got awesome lunch specials and chutney, giving them some of the most authentic Indian flavors in the Last Frontier.

11. Watch Out Texas, Randy’s Has Your Number

Randy’s Rib Shack

356 S. Franklin St.

Juneau, AK 99801

Yelp: 5 Stars, 15 Reviews. While you probably don’t think “Alaska” when you think great Texas-style barbecue, Randy’s Rib Shack will probably change your mind. With a menu stuffed with awesome meat selections, soon to be topped with a homemade sauce, this newcomer to the barbecue restaurant game will deliver some of the best ribs and brisket you’ve ever had the pleasure of eating.

12. Jen’s Is Proof Alaska Has The Best Seafood Around

701 W. 36th Ave.

Ste. 6

Anchorage, AK 99503

(907) 561-5367

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 65 Reviews With dishes native to the state like halibut and king salmon, Jen’s Restaurant is a must-try for visitors and locals alike. The building has a great ambiance, extensive wine list, and it’s easy to tell that the food is always fresh. For a true taste of the Alaskan coast, head to Jen’s.

13. Wasabi Bay Isn’t Your Typical Sushi Joint

Wasabi Bay Sushi Restaurant

1448 S. Cushman St.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

(907) 452-0521

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 39 Reviews. With tons of unique rolls that can’t be found elsewhere, the sushi chefs at Wasabi Bay must really know what they’re doing.

14. The Best Baked Goods Are Worth A Little Extra Travel Time

Bering Tea Company

310 Bering St.

Nome, AK 99762

(907) 387-0352

Yelp: 4.5 Stars, 4 Reviews. All the way in Nome, the Bering Tea Company embraces the idea of fresh food options. While it’s a great place to stop for coffee and tea, they’ve also got some awesome vegetarian and vegan baked goods to complement your morning pick-me-up.

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