Anchorage Coffee Shops
Anchorage boasts a wealth of options for coffee lovers—cozy sanctuaries where visitors and locals alike can explore new flavors amid a welcoming atmosphere, with the aromas of delicious coffees lingering in the air. Everything from trendy roasteries to rustic cafes are scattered throughout the city, from downtown to South Anchorage, making it easy to find a favorite spot full of local flavors.
If the Hotel Captain Cook sits in the heart of Anchorage’s buzzing business district — and it does — then this coffee bar, right off the lobby, could be its nerve center. And while it is undeniably a convenient spot to swing by to pick up an espresso or iced coffee, local fans come back because it’s the kind of friendly place where the barista remembers your name when you order.
Created by the folks behind Anchorage’s award-winning Snow City Café, Spenard Roadhouse and Sack’s Café, South Restaurant + Coffeehouse was launched to take the best qualities of those popular eateries to the South side of town. Located in a new development near the famed Alaska Sand and Gravel— and off Old Seward Highway — South Restaurant + Coffee House channels a bit of the area’s industrial past, with a clean, modern space, featuring a ...more
This downtown shop and café is a little glimpse into old Anchorage — a city that wasn’t completely about logging, fishing and tough guys. Built in 1915, the Kimball building, on Town Square Park at the corner of 5th and E, is a stop on the historic walking tour and still has antique fixtures and flooring. It’s eclectic, “quaint-meets-cool” gift and tea shop is an extension of a famed dry goods and sewing notions store that has been in business… ...more