This is a local favorite that serves what could be the best pizza in Alaska. It's also a microbrewery. That said, its crowded and loud. They don't accept reservations and a wait isn't unheard of. But there is plenty of space inside and outside to wait for your table. And, you can even enjoy a brew (or a homemade cream soda or root beer) while you wait.
They have a huge selection of pizzas, which have crisp yet doughy crusts and just enough sauce—the fine line. The toppings are endless, and if you can't decide, pick a house pizza--Thai chicken and roasted garlic or blackened rockfish with Roma tomatoes. They also serve really good salads and soups, that are fairly portioned.