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All decked out

July 14, 2014
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Reilly's Irish Pub has a surprisingly fun back deck away from highway noise. Enjoy a cold beverage and a hot bowl of soup. Courtesy Reilly's Irish Pub

Enjoy summer dining with these lesser-known outdoor venues In the Alaska summer, we chase the light. We follow it down trails and up mountains, we admire it from viewpoints and…

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A-Plus eating

June 27, 2014
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: The interior of Rustic Goat is urban chic with large open windows and a light, airy feel.

Neighborhood dining options hit the mark Anchorage has plenty of fine dining. What it often lacks are less formal alternatives, where you can still enjoy upscale cuisine and drinks that…

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Fun then feast

May 21, 2014
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Fun then feast

New restaurants will fuel your summer adventures You’re out enjoying another day in Alaska, and suddenly it hits you: that grumbling, rumbling longing for a delicious, filling meal. In the…

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The gift of gab

May 19, 2014
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Kegs are lined up outside Harrington’s Pub in the Temple Bar district of Dublin. Katie Pesznecker

Irish pubs aren’t just about good beer When friends learned I was headed to Ireland, I received one universal and consistent piece of advice: Go to the pubs. Sure, they…

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Blue bon voyage

April 15, 2014
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Owner Frank Dahl had Blues Central up for sale for a long time and still, its closure came as a shock.

Iconic bar shuts down, but fond memories will last   Around Valentine’s Day, Blues Central in Midtown announced it was closing. Bars come and go. In recent months, the Anchor,…

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Music and more

March 21, 2014
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The Cherry Poppin’ Daddies will rock the house, bringing 50s music to the present-day, come March 15. ROD BLACK

March brings much-anticipated performers to Anchorage   “Beware the ides of March.” Caesar probably should have heeded this sage advice. Thankfully, Alaskans have nothing to fear from the ides (that’s…

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