Anchorage Bars & Pubs
After a long day of outdoor adventure, there’s no better way to relax than by heading to one of Anchorage’s outstanding assortment of bars and pubs. You can sip on local craft beers, sample handcrafted cocktails infused with local flavors, share a flight of wine with friends, and delight your taste buds with Alaska’s finest spirits. Whether you’re a connoisseur or an adventurous explorer, Anchorage’s bars and pubs offer options that will please any palate.
Bars & Pubs
Handmade pastas and delicious pizzas are just the beginning of Flattop’s unique menu, which is full of inventive options. Set in the heart of Downtown Anchorage, the restaurant brings together high-end cuisine and an extensive wine list and serves it in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere.
Enjoy a wide variety of Alaskan beers on tap, as well as delicious dishes baked in a huge stone oven at this family-friendly restaurant in south Anchorage. Open for lunch and dinner, Firetap Alehouse has a bright, inviting atmosphere, with 6‑seater booths as well as tables that can be pushed together for large groups. During the warmer months, you can also dine out on the deck and take in the view of snow-capped mountains.
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.
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.
Tent City Taphouse is an authentic Alaskan gastropub located in the heart of Anchorage. Discover delicious, locally sourced cuisine and a wide variety of Alaskan beers on tap. Experience the unique blend of Alaskan history and modern décor while enjoying a meal with friends and family. Don’t miss out on the chance to learn about Anchorage’s Tent City history and enjoy brunch with a flight of mimosas in four flavors.