Utqiagvik (Barrow) Dining & Nightlife

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In a town with lim­it­ed din­ing options, this is your only place for Japan­ese food. Luck­i­ly, they do it well — with good ingre­di­ents (not nec­es­sar­i­ly fresh this far north) and a good com­bi­na­tion of fla­vors. They also have very good sushi, even by Anchor­age stan­dards. The place can get filled up quick­ly, so call ahead. They do take-out and even deliver.

It’s the bet­ter piz­za place in town, served fresh and hot. The cal­zones are huge, the view is good (sit on the sec­ond floor if you can) and they make every­thing when ordered. They also have Mex­i­can and some Ital­ian and seafood on the menu. But stick to the piz­za and cal­zones. The ser­vice can be slow, but main­ly because they’re cook­ing your food fresh. Lunch spe­cials are good deals for the money.

**Pepe’s burned down Sep­tem­ber 1, 2013 and is not cur­rent­ly open, you can read the arti­cle here** The place gets by most­ly on nov­el­ty – Mex­i­can in the Arc­tic” — and the pop­u­lar­i­ty of Fran Tate. She wrote Tacos on the Tun­dra” about her entre­pre­neur­ial life up in the far north. It’s sub-par Mex­i­can food (hot sauce pass­es for sal­sa), but it’s still hop­ping and the inte­ri­or is over­flow­ing with pho­tos and dec­o­ra­tions. The view is great, and you…  ...more

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