Alaska’s largest city is a popular starting point for many visitors. From here, roads and railways lead northward to Denali National Park and Fairbanks, or south to the Kenai Peninsula. We didn’t stay in Anchorage overnight but our early flight from Seattle gave us an opportunity to grab lunch then visit the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
Our dear boy swelled with pride when Daddy used his special William-made a Lunch out with the family coupon from Father’s Day. Expectations naturally run high when eating fish in our nation’s top seafood producing state and Glacier BrewHouse did not disappoint.
Fantastic plates of Fish N Chips pleased Daddy and kids alike while I enjoyed a delicious grilled salmon Caesar salad. In fact, our enthusiasm about arriving in Alaska and having such a wonderful lunch was so great that we forgot to take any pictures. The casual lodge atmosphere with open beams, warm amber lighting and a stone fireplace is welcoming and friendly. It’s busy (reservations are recommended) and a little noisy but it is perfect for kids, the service is excellent, and their beers (created and brewed on the premises) are mighty tasty. Special thanks to hubby Rob for helping with this important research.
Lunch and Dinner served daily; Weekend Brunch, 737 West 5th Avenue #110 (between G and H Streets), Anchorage, AK 99501, (907) 274-2739 http://www.GlacierBrewHouse.com