Strong Economy Attracts Restaurants to Anchorage

by Rachel Baker on November 4, 2013

Apparently, the economy is so good in Anchorage Alaska that restauranteurs are lining the streets offering their culinary pleasures.

A strong economy, attractive business environment and well-educated population has matured Anchorage’s culinary palate beyond buffets, luring locals to invest in the risky business of feeding fickle foodies.

A host of new eateries are opening or applying for licenses to serve food and beverages to the largest city in America’s largest state. Southern steak and barbecue, California cuisine, microbreweries and cafes are in the works, including several Alaskan-owned restaurants. But food is a risky business, and whether exotic new menus will entice loyal Alaskans to experiment with dinner remains to be seen.

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