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6 expert recommendations
The market-based menu can change dramatically from day to day, but count on straight-off-the-boat fish and interesting pairings, such as halibut in a coconut curry sauce or ostrich in a risotto.
Inside a little frame house built in 1916, this nationally recognized 13-table restaurant opened in 1979 and is still going strong. Full review →
The cuisine is, broadly, an Alaskan-Asian-Italian fusion. Dinner here is a slow, leisurely, expensive affair, and definitely a worthy splurge. Full review →
Youâll feel like an invited guest in this intimate restaurant with warm service. Full review →
Some of Anchorage’s most innovative cooking and a 500-bottle wine list are the reasons this 14-table restaurant is so popular. Full review →
Well-known for creating remarkable table-side Caesar salads, this location is in a historic home. Full review →