Crossroads Lounge is a homey Anchorage bar just outside of downtown. Dottie and Jennipher have been running the place "where friends meet" for almost four decades. With a great staff and the motto "Old friends, new friends and friends we have yet to make," you don't wanna miss out. They have 15 flat-screen TVs (great for sports fans!), a pool table, darts, foosball and even an internet jukebox. They serve appetizers, daily soups and hotdogs, and have a full bar.
Last Call was opened by Gregory Daniels as a ghost kitchen concept with food delivery only. Because of their extended hours, they quickly grew and became popular for the late-night crowd, with a variety of wings, sandwiches, and more. They opened a physical restaurant on Fireweed Lane so their fan base could have a place to enjoy their delicious food.
Reilly's Irish Pub is a fun and festive locals bar with great drinks and special performances of live music and Irish dancing. Even after the past year of COVID, Reilly's is coming back strong and still the place to be. With a cheery St. Patrick's Day theme, March is their busiest time of the year.
Looking for an Alaskan experience? The Nunamiut Native Corporation Hotel and Restaurant just south of Anaktuvuk Pass is exactly that. With just one day of travel, you’ll see million-dollar views of mountains and the 800-mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Once you’re there, you can learn about the culture and history of Nunamiut people, in the village's popular history museum, and see lots of wildlife including moose, grizzly bears, caribou, and a diversity of birds.