A view of Lake Spenard awaits you from the broad deck just off the open-air lounge next door. Dominating the breakfast menu is a wide array of ... More
A view of Lake Spenard awaits you from the broad deck just off the open-air lounge next door. Dominating the breakfast menu is a wide array of three-egg omelets, stacks of flapjacks and Eggs Benedict with a thin slice of salmon. Lunch starts with the daily soup and sandwich special or variety of burgers and pasta dishes. If you are searching for a dinner spot, come in and try the Blackened Halibut entrees and salmon specials. It has a full cocktail bar.
Not a bad place, Decent service. What I don t like is that the bar lets locals come in and try to sell stuff to you. The last thing I want is to be bugged at my table by someone selling crap. So I don t go here anymore.
Located on the west end of the International Inn, Piper's has a nice, comfortable ambience, a good drink selection, and room to relax and chat with friends. Most patrons are hotel guests, so it's not a good singles scene, but if you'd like to chat with friends, watch a game on the tube, or idly chat with someone from who-knows-where, this is a good place to enjoy a good drink and relax. This is especially nice for those on a stop-over flight through Anchorage, since it's located only a mile from the airport and, somewhat, overlooks the world's largest floatplane base on Lake Spenard.
This has got to be the best kept secret in all of Anchorage. Pleasant atmosphere in the resturant next to the sports lounge for the louder more energetic crowd. The sports lounge is well equipped with large modern TV viewing. The same great food service is available in both.
The staff are all very knowledgable, curtious, well groomed and pleasant.
It is a super place to go for a great meal or just a cup of coffee and a newspaper.
In addition to baby back barbecued ribs, blackened and fried seafood and enormous steaks and chops, you get your choice
of corn fritters, steak fries, baked beans, corn on the cob, baked potatoes and a dessert bar for USD11 ...
Planes dating from 1924 1960 are located here, painstakingly restored, and situated next to recorded entries and information about their
use and pilots. Pioneer aviators' gear and brief biographies are in the main building. Placard after placard relates stories ...
A real Alaskan experience, this restaurant has scads of memorabilia on its walls and in displays. President Carter and the
first lady once ate here while passing through Anchorage. Down to earth, friendly Alaskans who are happy to share ...