Anchorage Bars & Pubs

Bars & Pubs

Craft beer, local­ly sourced food, and a ter­rif­ic loca­tion in the heart of down­town Anchor­age all add up to a can’t‑miss expe­ri­ence. Dine inside the two-sto­ry restau­rant, or step upstairs to the rooftop deck for mag­nif­i­cent views of the Alas­ka Range and Cook Inlet.

Han­ker­ing for a stout and fresh-cooked corned beef, or look­ing for a fun hap­py hour? You’ll find both at McGin­ley’s Pub, the only Irish pub in down­town Anchor­age and the only place in Alas­ka to get a pint of Mur­phy’s Irish Stout. It’s a favorite lunch spot for down­town pro­fes­sion­als and a pop­u­lar water­ing hole for locals (May­or Dan Sul­li­van is a co-own­er) who come for the good food, the casu­al atmos­phere, and the large selec­tion of alcohol.…  ...more

At this hip, invit­ing wine bistro, you can choose from 40 wines by the glass with your lunch or din­ner. Sit and enjoy a glass, or share a bot­tle among friends. 

Rock out with the rest of Anchor­age at the live­ly and ener­getic Hard Rock Café in down­town Anchor­age. Known for its sup­port of live music and hip ser­vice, lunch or din­ner at the Hard Rock promis­es more than just tasty food. Hang at the bar or enjoy a full meal, sur­round­ed by a trea­sure-trove of rock’n’roll mem­o­ra­bil­ia adorn­ing the walls.

Humpy’s at the air­port has a selec­tion of 20 beers on tap with most brewed in Fair­banks, Anchor­age, Juneau and the Kenai. In addi­tion to the beers, they serve good pub food: nachos, hum­mus plates, burg­ers, soups and sal­ads. And of course, they have Alas­ka seafood: hal­ibut, salmon and fish tacos. 

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