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The philosophy behind the South Anchorage restaurant appears to be simple: Make tasty food and people will come.
In addition to shawarma wraps and plates, the shawarma fast-food diner in East Anchorage offers curries, injera, spaghetti and rice plates.
In a sleek, artsy south-side space that previously housed Fire Island Bakery, authentic Mexican flavors go a long way toward healing a baguette-loving heart.
ADN reviewer Mara Severin highlights her best dishes of the year, from wings and bagels to gumbo and stir fry.
For those who may be looking to forgo Amazon this holiday season, there are plenty of great unique options at stores across Anchorage.
Food writer Mara Severin shares her tips on some of her favorite Anchorage stops for tasty treats and other culinary creations.
There are plenty of great dining options at Anchorage’s breweries.
With innovative cocktails and a surprising menu, tucked into a sleek, hip space, the restaurant continues to be a favorite in downtown Anchorage.
Whether you’d like to graze, have a big meat-and-potatoes meal or savor a vegetarian specialty, they’re all under one roof at the restaurant in Midtown.
Of course there are burritos, but the three locations also offer enchiladas, tortas and a sublime Mexican Caesar salad.
Review: The new all-takeout restaurant in South Anchorage provides great value, good ribs, good chicken, and some nice, classic sides.
Drinks, bread, meats, cheese, crudité and even dessert, here is our curated meal for a sunny day.
Here are three savory spots to consider the next time you’re looking for a beefy bite.
The eatery in Indian along the Seward Highway features rustic breakfasts, refined sandwiches, baked goods and house-made bagels.
From beignets and malasadas to traditional favorites, we have you covered (in sugar).