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4 Tasty Foods You Must Try In Anchorage (and Where to Find Them)

Anchorage may not be known as the ultimate foodie town, but you need to trust that we have our share of tasty treasures here. There’s actually plenty to choose from, too, so no excuse if you’re a picky eater!

Reindeer Sausage

Alaska reindeer sausage at Snow City Cafe

Go to Snow City Café for reindeer sausage, especially if it’s breakfast time. You can find it in the “Tundra Scramble” or as a side-dish. You can also find king crab and smoked salmon cakes, as well as vegetarian-friendly options.

Snow City has been voted “Best Breakfast Place” in Anchorage by the Anchorage Press since 2003, which means the setting, service, and the food are all excellent. TIP: this place is popular so reservations for breakfast is a MUST!!

Oysters

Oyster Bar Alaska

Ready to put some oysters to the test? We highly recommend the Bubbly Mermaid Oyster Bar located in downtown Anchorage.

Sure, it’s a little small in there, but it’s cozy just the same — and filled oyster (both raw and baked) and champagne lovers! This is a great little place to meet people, too.

Seafood ANYTHING!!!

Alaska seafood salmon restaurant

May all your cravings of Alaskan seafood be satisfied at Kincaid Grill and Wine Bar.  This “Alaska Regional Cuisine” hotspot offers Alaska-harvested salmon, scallops, prawns, halibut, king crab, clams…you name it.

Alaskan-style Pizza

Moose's Tooth pizza

For literally the best pizza in Alaska, you need to go to the Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria. We’re really fond of the Shrimp Fiesta pizza.

And let’s not forget, the Moose’s Tooth brews their own Alaskan beer…so you simple CAN’T go wrong!

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There are many other great eateries in the city. Ask around any local where the best of ANYTHING is served and you’ll get answers just as eclectic as the people who call Alaska home.

To discover more unique Alaska foods and the restaurants that serve them, go to TripAdvisor. They’ll help match your taste buds.

Photo credits: 27teams, Bubbly Mermaid Oyster Bar, Yelp, Google Business