This is one of Fairbank's nicest restaurants, in the heart of downtown. With its open kitchen, modern art on the walls, great food and 4,000 bottle wine list, locals say they forget they're in Alaska. It's an expensive restaurant, but if you want to splurge for a night of fine dining, this is the best fine dining in Fairbanks. Locals often order appetizers and drinks to make a night out more affordable. Their seafood and rack of lamb are highlights, as is the wine list. There's a great patio, for the warm, long evenings, and a bar stacked with flat screens for sporting nights. On the weekends, there's live music, which can be a bit loud. The lunch is popular with tour groups, and the place can get crowded at the noon hour.