Comfort Suites Anchorage International Airport
2919 W International Airport
Anchorage, AK 99502
Phone: (907) 243-8080
Fax: (907) 243-8100
2919 W International Airport, Anchorage, AK, US, 99502
- Phone: (907) 243-8080
- Fax: (907) 243-8100
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.
This restaurant has been voted "Best Champagne Brunch" by Anchorage residents and is located inside the Millennium Hotel. Picture windows spanning the entire wall of the dining room provide a breathtaking view of Lake Spenard. For dinner, start with the Smoked Salmon Lox or Garlic Shrimp to whet your appetite. Then try the Dungeness crab and Shrimp Cobb Salad. Several varieties and cuts of steak are available as well as seafood options. Flying Machine features a full bar.
Located in the Millennium Hotel, Fancy Moose Lounge offers locals and tourists alike a nice meal and a great drink. Enjoy a beer on the patio and overlook the beautiful scenery. Clients are typically casually dressed business people. Dishes include hot wings, burgers, salads and pizza.
This is a casual burrito and fish taco restaurant which offers enormous burritos and tacos stuffed with Alaskan cod, beef or beans. Daily specials and burrito punch cards provide even greater discounts on their already inexpensive meals. Fresh daily salsas are spicy and delicious adding to the flavor of the variety of entrees offered. Black beans and rice accompany most dishes and are tasty and flavor-filled. Beverages featured are soft drinks and fruit juices only.
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 what they know of Alaska - operate this restaurant. Meals are served all day, and you may expect large Alaskan portions. Have your omelet with reindeer sausage, or a grilled halibut sandwich for lunch. Dinner options include barbecued salmon, and wine and beer is available.
Hanging plants, booths framed in chrome pipe, a neat-as-a-pin dining area and a friendly wait staff all add up to a pleasant dining experience. Twelve Chinese dinner combinations, 19 appetizers and more single items than can be mentioned, provide for a wide range of Chinese dinner options. Fish and chips, chicken strips and fried oysters, as well as spaghetti and meatballs, veal cutlet, New York steak, hamburgers and salads provide the American side of the kitchen. Both beer and wine are served by the glass.
Try the Scampi Fritti appetizer, a delectable mix of red pepper and cream cheese or their pizzas, which have crispy crusts and are topped with the place's unique recipe of tangy stewed tomato sauce and a variety of toppings. The immense entrees (served with soup or salad) determine your lunch for the next day (or possibly two) and include a Involtini di Pollo with Prosciutto Formaggio, Spaghetti alla Siciliana, Home style Ravioli and more. Full service bar is on site. The restaurant is open daily.
A huge sushi bar and many two-, four-, and six-top tables fill the dining room. Bamboo trees growing in pots are spaced outside the private dining room. 'Udon' Noodle Soup Tempura Vegetables and Shrimp and a Yellowfin Tuna Sushi Roll accompanied by a warmed shot of sake makes for a perfect meal. Or try the 'Sukiyaki' (thin beef cooked with vegetables, noodles and tofu, the multitude of sushi varieties available or fresh Alaskan salmon 'sashimi'. Beer and wine is available.
Kincaid Grill serves a wide assortment of seafood such as shrimp, scallops, salmon, halibut and oysters. The decor of the restaurant ranges from a display of classic undertones and an unabashed elegance. The white linen and the dainty silverware complete the vintage look. The waitstaff is exceptional in their service and always around when you need them. Kincaid Grill is also well stocked with a credible selection of beer and wines.
This relaxed atmosphere appeals to the local, cultured diner seeking a quiet, romantic evening out. On Friday and Saturday evenings, a local acoustic guitarist skillfully wends his way through intricate melodies. Touting dishes of fresh seafood, fowl, meats and homemade pasta, the restaurant's menu includes a Cocciucco Italian Stew. A true garlic lover will delight in its white sauces, while a salmon fan will cherish the Tuscan Salmon. Don't see your favorite Italian dish? Chances are Chef Giorgio will make it for you. Save room for a sampling from its selection of 28 homemade desserts.
This is a feel-good, hang-loose joint whose staff has plenty of sass. Sports teams frequent this spot after games. For pizza and Italian food lovers looking for a meal dripping with sauces and taste, this is your spot. Select from Strombolis, Veal Spaghetti and a diverse, fresh salad bar. Pizzas can be prepared Greek style with extra-large sizes (17") ranging from. Beer choices include Alaskan Amber and Alaskan Pale Ale as well as Budweiser and Coors.
Call now for a delicious hot meal delivered to your door. The dining room is rather small, but has booths around the edges and tables in the center. Lunchtime equals hot, homemade Hero Sandwiches ($7.99) large enough for two people and offers 10 styles to choose from. Try the large and freshly prepared Antipasta ($7.99) and Greek salads ($7.99). Lasagna, spaghetti, ravioli and fettuccines are all less than $10 each. Calzones and Stromboli are both priced at $9.99. No alcohol is served here.