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Locat­ed at the Anchor­age Air­port, Nor­ton Sound Seafood House is your last chance before board­ing for Alaskan salmon, hal­ibut, or king crab, fresh in sea­son. Pre-secu­ri­ty din­ing area draws a local crowd. 

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. 

Café Del Mun­do uses high-qual­i­ty cof­fee beans from Kenya, Suma­tra and Columbia. 

For­get pick­ing up a gener­ic sand­wich dur­ing your lay­over. This local craft beer and food mec­ca in Ted Stevens Anchor­age Inter­na­tion­al Air­port offers mul­ti­ple lay­ers of local fla­vor from the orig­i­nal pro­duc­tion brew­ery and restau­rant in Fox, Alas­ka. Sil­ver Gulch is America’s Most North­ern Brewery. 

Fresh sand­wich­es made to order, soup, and oth­er to-go items. 

If you need a cup or trav­el mug for your Alas­ka adven­tures, they also car­ry those, so you’ll be caf­feinat­ed and ready to go home or to the Last Frontier. 

There’s a nice bar, with good view, and tables as well. The menu is good pub food. 

If you need a cup or trav­el mug for your Alas­ka adven­tures, they also car­ry those, so you’ll be caf­feinat­ed and ready to go home or to the Last Frontier.