For traditional Alaskan hospitality, go where the crowds are. When making travel plans, keep the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in mind, and don’t forget to choose a restaurant because this pub is close to the mentioned attraction. One of Anchorage’s first gathering places, The Avenue Bar, has welcomed people from all walks of life since 1914. The place started out as a pool hall in the early 1900s, and after prohibition ended, it was able to serve alcohol. Around 1941, the bar’s name was changed to the Union Club, and it became The Avenue Bar in 1984.
The Avenue Bar is a typical neighborhood dive bar that also has “a touch of sophistication.” Most visitors consider the staff to be courteous. You can have a great time chatting with friends and socializing with others while sipping alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments. The Avenue Bar serves non-alcoholic beers and mocktails, like AVE Lemonade and Virgin Margarita. Soda, Red Bull, and CBD Seltzer are also available. You can pair these beverages with different kinds of snacks and finger foods, such as Irish Nachos, Pretzels with Cheese, and Chicken Wings with different flavors. Live bands, DJs, darts, big screen – you can definitely have fun and make some friends.
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