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We went there to celebrate my friends birthday.. wine selection was good. Server had good recommendations. The only thing that needs improvement in my opinion is more variety on the menu. Too many beef options . My steak was fatty and I asked for medium and it was rare. Too bloody. A chicken option would have been great or more seafood. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The inspiration of Mo’s Deli comes from the owner, Jason's grandparents, Morris and Mildred Ellis. Morris was known as Mo, and his pet name for Mildred was Piggy.
They were married for more than 67 years and lived in Brooklyn, New York, Culver City, California and Anchorage, Alaska. All his life, Mo was complimented on the fact that he never met a stranger. This was partially due to his career as a mailman. Whether it was a child or an adult, conversations would flow easily with Mo. Everyone and anyone could talk to Mo. Piggy was the typical Jewish grandmother: doting, caring, and always said what was on her mind, no matter how it affected other people.More
Although many think of it as a cold city, Anchorage, Alaska, has relatively mild temperatures that make visiting quite appealing. If you enjoy outdoor activities, try the hiking, fishing, kayaking and hunting the area has to offer. Whether you desire Korean, Thai, Mediterranean, Mexican or Japanese cuisines or want a taste of sushi, steaks or seafood, the restaurants in Anchorage can satisfy any palate. On the subject of seafood, Anchorage features some of freshest found anywhere. Local seafood offerings include oysters, halibut, Alaska king crab and wild Alaska salmon. On many menus, you’ll also find food items unique to Alaska. These include reindeer dogs, chocolate bread, Eskimo ice cream and muktuk, a traditional Inuit dish.