7 of the Best Steakhouses in Alaska

Looking for the perfect spot to enjoy an evening of delicious steak, great drinks and warm atmosphere? While Alaska is certainly is the land of wild caught seafood, there are still some great places to enjoy a classic steak dinner. Here are the best steakhouses in Alaska.


7 of the Best Steakhouses in Alaska


1. Club Paris – Anchorage

“Club Paris has no equal.” That’s what one of the top reviews says about this Anchorage steakhouse favorite. Famous for its full bar, hearty cuts of meat and relaxed, lowkey atmosphere, it’s hard not to feel like family at Club Paris. Be sure to treat yourself to their steamer clams before moving on to the flavorful and tender ribeye.



2. AJ’s Old Town Steakhouse & Tavern – Homer

As the name suggests, AJ’s Old Town Steakhouse & Tavern is a relaxed eatery with a comfy, cosy setting and world class steaks. In addition to a warm, laid back atmosphere, you’ll find live music some nights and some of the best craft cocktails on the Peninsula. Looking for a bite pre-steak? Opt for their famous truffle fries before heading on to the certified prime beef top sirloin with peppercorn sauce.



3. Double Musky Inn – Girdwood

With a minimum of 70 hours driving time between Alaska and Louisiaina, finding good Cajun food up north can be a real challenge. However, Double Musky Inn whips up some of the finest steaks and cajun fares in The Last Fronteir. Covered in mardi-gras decor, Double Musky Inn’s dedication to authentic cajun atmosphere is unmissable. Be sure to start off with a hearty bowl of gumbo before making your steak selection.

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4. Simon & Seafort’s Saloon & Grill – Anchorage

Fresh seafood, aged steak and stunning panoramas are a few of the usual stars at Simon & Seafort’s in Anchorage. Since 1978, they’ve been serving the best of the best in steak and seafood mains along with a side of warm Alaskan hospitality. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or dining out just because, you’ll always be in good hands at Simon & Seafort’s. Be sure to opt for their char-grilled filet mignon and don’t miss out on their hand crafted cocktails like the lavender cosmo.

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5. The Pump House – Fairbanks

When it comes to the best surf and turf money can buy, The Pump House is the palce to be. In addition to their delectably juicy steaks and zesty seafood, The Pump House is also famous for its atmosphere including gold-rush memorabilia and a lavish mohagany bar. Start your evening with an order of their oysters on the half shell before moving on to your steak pick.



6. Settler’s Bay Lodge – Wasilla

This locally owned casual fine dining eatery is just the place to get your steak dinner fix. Not only do they whip up some of the best steak dinners in the state with hearty sides and delightful desserts, but they also offer breathtaking views over the surrounding mountains and inlet. Go all out on their ribeye and be sure to try their chorizo steamer clams.

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7. Louie’s Steak & Seafood – Kenai

Top notch service, zesty seafood and hearty, comforting slabs are steak are a few of the specialties at Louie’s Steak and Seafood. From the scrumptious apps like the New Zealand mussels and jalapeno poppers, right on down to the rasperry white chocolate cheesecake and molten chocolate cake, there’s plenty to bring your steak dinner full circle. And on the topic of steak, the NY strip is a must.

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Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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