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Altura is Anchorage's newest fine dining establishment located in the midtown area. Altura serves New American cuisine with an emphasis on utilizing Pacific North West ingredients. Our standard for sourcing and utilizing the highest quality seafood, meats, and ingredients defines who we are. If you're looking for an upscale and seasonal dining experience that can always be accompanied well with our fine wine selection, Altura is the place for you.Visit
Crow’s Nest is perched atop Tower III of the Hotel Captain Cook and offers spectacular 360-degree views of Cook Inlet, downtown Anchorage and the Chugach Mountains. Crow’s Nest is known for its innovative French and New American cuisine, paired with an outstanding selection of more than 10,000 bottles of wine. Enjoy the best service in Anchorage at this AAA Four Diamond, fine dining restaurant.Visit
Contemporary American cuisine in a casual relaxed atmosphere—where locals come to enjoy innovative and fun food. Chef Alex uses fresh seasonal Alaskan grown ingredients to create unique dishes sure to please any palate. We offer a full bar, a great wine list and nightly innovative additions to our menu. Come in and join us for
some great food, friendly faces and an unforgettable experience!Visit
Welcome to the Kannery Grill. Homer’s best place to dine and unwind for seafood, steak and spirits! Located in the heart of Homer, the Kannery boasts a varied menu of casual and fine dining options that is certain to satisfy the most discriminate of palates. The Kannery features a full liquor bar and boasts an extensive wine list, too. And, the outdoor dining deck features an incredible million dollar view of Kachemak Bay.Visit
Kincaid Grill is said to be one of Anchorage’s finest dining establishments. Located in West Anchorage, Kincaid Grill gives its guests the true feel of a small local neighborhood restaurant. Serving regional Alaskan cuisine, Kincaid Grill is known for their attention to quality seafood, meats and regional food preparations. If you are looking for a true Alaskan dining experience with the feel of local hospitality then Kincaid Grill is sure not to disappoint. Reservations strongly recommended.Visit
Kinley’s Restaurant is based on a rustic-contemporary Alaskan feel. Its trademark is exceptional food and service in a comfortable atmosphere. Kinley’s culinary innovation and fusion of diverse cuisines, demonstrated in every dish, appeals to travelers and locals alike. The combination of unique dishes, the knowledgeable and inviting staff, and the extensive wine and beer list with our cocktail menu, makes this independently-owned restaurant the definition of Alaskan casual fine dining.Visit
Come and enjoy FRESH FUN FOOD at Southside Bistro. We offer great hot and cold appetizers and house made pasta dishes. A Bistro signature is our Fresh Alaskan Seafoods as well as great meats such as Filet of Beef, Veal, Venison and full Racks of Lamb. Our Chefs use a hardwood brick oven for flat breads and wild pizzas. Spectacular hand painted designs complement all our homemade desserts.
At the Southside Bistro, we proudly present a multiple award winning Wine list, with well over a hundred mostly American wines to choose from.
Where Friends & Family Meet! This Anchorage midtown dining scene will satisfy your craving for American-style comfort cuisine.Husband and wife co-owners draw on their many years of restaurant experience to provide the kind of filling meals worthy of the Great Land. Custom blended signature cocktails will prepare your appetite for hearty hand-pressed burgers, mountainous sandwiches and house made soups that feature “Alaska Grown” ingredients. Late hours, seven days a week and a central location make Table 6 a perfect spot for lunch, after work cocktails or a date night with that someone special!Visit
On the boardwalk in Halibut Cove, the Saltry restaurant serves beautifully presented-freshly prepared-locally harvested seafood with an international-Asian flare. The Saltry’s large organic garden provides the greens and herbs for the restaurant. Art is the mission and it doesn’t stop with food. Sitting on the large covered deck by the fireplace, you have a view across Halibut Cove to the Kenai Mountains and Glaciers. Hand painted diner ware on mosaic tables-Art on the edge of the Wilderness.
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