This was some of the best food I had when in Alaska, however the portions were very large (not a bad thing, but be aware). Very unique atmosphere...
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My daughter and I were told about the Double Musky on our flight from PDX to Anchorage. I didn't write down the name of the restaurant but after a day of playing in Whittier and hanging out at the Wildlife Conservation Center, we lucked upon...More
Definitely would go back again, but the food is on the heavy side... think cream and butter and fried things! Seafood cooked well and decent wine options. I think it would benefit from a refresh on the menu items... perhaps it’s resting a bit on...More
We were staying at the alyeska hotel and most of the restaurant were closed because of slow season. The hotel staff recommend the double musky and this is definite don't judge by cover place. You will enjoy your food and dinner
Anyone who is in the area and doesn't make it to eat at Double Musky is missing a great Cajun dinner and a lot of fun. Amazing food and mind-boggling (and surprisingly clean) decor. They don't take reservations. Huge portions. Appetizers served in the bar...More
we drove by the restaurant three times before we realized that it wasn't a home. Located in the best ski town in the U.S., Girdwood, it gets international recognition. It's not dressy, it's not pretentious, they don't have to put on airs to show they...More