Martha Stewart's Anchorage, Alaska Travel Guide

Martha Stewart's Anchorage, Alaska Travel Guide

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More than just a jumping-off point for the many fishing tours and summer cruises that depart from its ports, Anchorage is ripe for exploration. Read more: www.marthastewart.com/990442/anchorage-alaska#976648

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    A standout in the skyline, it's the only luxury hotel in town, with more than 500 rooms and art-filled public spaces. Crow's Nest restaurant crowns the hotel's Tower 3, offering stunning views. Sit at the bar for a plate of oysters, or go big with the tasting menu.
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    People line up for the reindeer dogs smothered in fried onions (the secret carmelizing ingredient: Coke).
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    It's held Saturday and Sunday; vendors sell crafts, food, and produce. Highlights: Leroy Barlip's handmade knives and Kahiltna Birchworks birch syrup.
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    Locals have voted its breakfast the best in Anchorage for nearly a decade. Hits include the snow-crab omelets and salmon cakes with eggs.
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    Explore the traditions of Alaska's indigenous people, and don't miss the demonstrations of native arts.
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    Need a break from all that salmon? This restaurant focuses on cheese and charcuterie -- the coppa, prosciutto, and duck salamis are house-made.
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