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About The Pubhouse
New American gastropub located inside Inlet Tower Hotel & Suites. We offer local Alaskan seafood, steaks, soups, salads, pasta and much more. We have an extensive wine list and 20 craft beers on tap. We are a neighborhood establishment located in Downtown Anchorage. Open daily, year-round, and serving breakfast in the summer.
Anchorage, AK 99501-4265
American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 4:30pm - 10:00pm
Daily: 4:30pm - 12am
Daily "Appy" Hour - Half Price Appetizers
4:30pm - 6pm
12th Ave & L St.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Thursday Nights from 6pm-9pm
We offer banquet and meeting space for up to 62 guests in our Frontier Room. Full menu and bar options are available. Please contact: Cassandra Romig @ 222-8722
Private parking lot with lots of handicap accessible parking.
Corner of L Street
Private Party Facilities:
The PubHouse has several options for personalized dining, from secluded sections of the restaurant to an elegant private banquet space called the Frontier Room.
Private Party Contact:
Scott Lee: (907) 222-8711
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Fall Harvest October Beer Dinner
Seats are limited. Purchase your tickets now at www.eventbrite.com
The Pubhouse Ratings and Reviews
We started coming to this little gem when Daniel was the chef. The outstanding food brought us back again and again. We returned after a long absence and thought to give the new chef a try. The lamb Shank was the best I had ever eaten, though the King Salmon my wife had was disappointing. We went back for Lamb Shank, and decided we were done with the Inlet Tower Pub. The lamb was dry and tough and at 30 bucks per plate, it felt like a hard lesson learned in terms of where not to go. The appetizer was good, as was the dessert, and the service simply outstanding. It is a quiet place (which we love) but the entree's are inconsistent and mostly poor. Too bad, as it was once our favorite local restaurant.
Best-kept secret in downtown Anchorage. Really good food. Husband had duck pot pie in a wonderful puff pastry and I had meatloaf over mashed cauliflower. Both were delicious. I had an iced raspberry green tea and it was lovely. We've been here several times and happy each time. Portion sizes are not huge, but we liked that. Only improvement to suggest is new booth seating for the semi-booth tables. Booths are too low for the tables and one was torn. Servers always seem warm and friendly.
The Pubhouse is in our neighborhood. We especially enjoy coming in for drinks and small plates. On this visit we received the customary warm welcome and close attention that is part of Pubhouse ambience. Our meals were properly paced, with courses arriving promptly but with no sense of rush. The generous portions of our entree choices did remind us why we so often opt for small plates. We loved our food, but there really was almost too much to fully enjoy. We will surely return to the Pubhouse, and stick with the smaller plates as long as that menu is available.
Very nice atmosphere. Our server, Samantha was outstanding. Most importantly, the food was delicious. We started with the Hummus Appetizer and the Salmon Spread; both were very good. I had the duck pot pie, which was surprisingly delicate as well as hearty. Overall, a very lovely dinner in a quiet and inviting atmosphere.
Overall very good food and service. Baguette with hummus and roasted garlic is great. Crab legs were done perfectly. My only complaint would be the 20% automatic gratuity for a party of 5. The service was good, but not 20% and 5 isn't that large a group. Not a big deal as I would have done 18% but I would avoid in the future of dining with more than 4 people.
This is the third time we came here for dinner. Valentine's Day was great. Easter was fair. This time I had a Ribeye steak and it was not so great. It was overcooked and tough. The server did not ask if the food was cooked properly so there was no opportunity to rectify it. I don't know if we will come a fourth time because it has gotten worse, not better, as time goes on.
Our first visit the food was amazing! This visit we couldn't get through it which was really disappointing. The risotto was bland and overlooked, the lamb shank was good but the veggies under it were dry and old tasting. We really like the oysters and garlic bread plate.
First time at the Pubhouse, and I was eagerly anticipating a great meal when I took the family for a Mother's day dinner. Nice setting, and the service was great. Appetizers were very good - bruschetta and an order of salmon artichoke spinach dip. The dip was served with about 20 small slices of bread. There was a generous portion of dip, so we went through the bread and asked for a little more. We were brought about 8 more slices and told it would be $4. The price didn't bother me so much as the fact that we were being charged more for a simple request - you would think with the overall cost of dinner a few slices of bread would be gratis, but apparently not. On to the entree- we ordered the special (halibut cheeks) and were disappointed. The description looked good - halibut with rice, spinach, artichoke, and cherry tomato. Unfortunately the halibut was a little over cooked, and the dish was mushy and bland. Definitely not worth the money. Our party also had Alaskan cod (fish and chips), as well as salmon chowder that were both good. Unfortunately, the larger entrees (halibut cheeks as well as a baked chicken dish) were underwhelming. I would probably return for a beer and bar food, but don't anticipate trying major entrees there in the future.
This was our second visit and we did not realize there would be only a buffet for Mother's Day. We will come again when they have a regular menu but never again for a buffet. The Eggs Benedict were cold as well as some of the other items. Eggs should be cooked to order, not allowed to sit on a buffet. The price was very high and we were seated in a corner that included a screaming child and parents who ignored the screaming. Not my favorite way to spend Mother's Day.
My wife and I made reservations for the Easter Brunch on 16 April at 1:30 PM. From beginning to end our dining experience was amazing and perfect. The buffet was the best we have ever experienced at any restaurant in Anchorage to include the Hotel Captain Cook. Service was impeccable with experienced staff catering to our every need without delay. We will definitely be regular diners at the Pub House in our future. Thank You to the staff for a perfect meal and dining experience!
I placed my reservation 4 days ahead, clearly stating that I was Vegan. Unfortunately, when I arrived I was told by the server that the chef was "going through the refrigerator trying to come up with something for me as there was nothing on the menu that I could eat." What came out was the Meze plate. I was VERY disappointed. There was clearly more than enough time to come up with a good option. Vegetables and rice? Vegetables and pasta?
I frequently dine at high end restaurants in Anchorage and when the chefs are told in advance they come up with amazing vegan options, often coming out to say they "enjoyed the chance to think outside of the box."
I will say that I did enjoy my grilled salad (minus the cheese) and all of my companions enjoyed their meals a great deal. One of the biggest disappointments is that we live two blocks away from IT and were looking forward to adding it to one of our regular dining establishments. Sadly this doesn't seem likely.
Excellent and efficient service, great food. I had the Braised Short Ribs which was very tender and tasty. My husband had the Fish and Chips, 3 large perfectly cooked pieces of crispy true cod. It's out of the way and quiet in a neighborhood setting. The Key Lime Pie came with a chocolate crust that was unexpected but tasty.
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