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American

In a former funeral parlor built in downtown Anchorage in the 1920s sits the oldest steakhouse in Alaska (“home of the 4” thick Filet Mignon!”). Their signature dish is the 14oz filet, though, of course, the Alaskan king crab legs are notable as well.

In a former funeral parlor built in downtown Anchorage in the 1920s sits the oldest steakhouse in Alaska (“home of the 4” thick Filet Mignon!”). Their signature dish is the 14oz filet, though, of course, the Alaskan king crab legs are notable as well.