We’d like to welcome the Gallo’s Mexican Restaurant on Arctic back into the Skurla’s family! Gallo's has been a staple for the Anchorage and Fairbanks community since 1981, serving up some of the most delicious Mexican cuisine. Being a locally owned business, they have a passion for quality and efficient service for all their customers and love all their local diners. It’s the local go-to for after-work happy hour, birthdays, or celebrating a soccer teams win. Gallo's can always keep the party going with their delicious classic tequila drinks and a large menu that anyone is sure to find an entrée that they love.
Hello Fellow Alaskans!
It’s still early in the year, but restaurants and retail operations are already in full swing towards making their summer season an amazing one. We are of the same mind - we want this to be a better summer than last year, and we’ve got some helpful tips on how to help accomplish that goal. Let’s jump into four ways to get ready for summer!
When chatting with friends for Friday night plans in Downtown Anchorage, you can be sure to hear “F Street” on the list of stops to make. Whether you are craving a cocktail or cold beer, F Street Station has it all - it’s the ideal spot to catch up with friends. Besides being the gathering place for locals, F Street has a menu that cannot be ignored. Order the beer battered halibut - you will not be disappointed! Whether you prefer lively night life or like to pop in for lunch, get yourself over to F Street Station and see why this is the place to be.
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.
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.
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