Club Paris has been an institution of Anchorage since the 30's. One of the best, if not the best, steakhouses in Alaaska. Small and dimly lighted, it has served out consistently superior steaks since it opened. Be sure to call for a reservation - call way ahead if you want to eat there Friday or Saturday night.
I recently (2012) discovered they serve an excellent lunch. Try the ground filet burger. Wow!
Favorite Dish: Filet Mignon stuffed with blue cheese. Don't even need a knife it is so tender.
Right across the street from the 5th Street mall in downtown Anchorage. Good drinks, great food and service and the prices are reasonable. Its always nice to eat there at least once each time I visit Anchorage. Its a good place to have lunch too or just to stop on the way back to the car or hotel after shopping. They have great appetizers too..
Favorite Dish: New York steak.
When I Crave a goooood steak, I think of club paris first, the service is outstanding, the food even better, a steak that you don't need a knife to cut into it!! It's cooked to perfection, not flavored by seasonings or blackened or burnt, but cooked like I would do it at home!! The booths give you a feel of coziness and you can hold a conversation, dimly lit, small almost a hometown place where you know everyone.
Favorite Dish: Filet Mignon, salad w/bleu cheese dressing, fresh crushed pepper
OK I'll admit that Club Paris has been around forever and when you first walk in the door it is not that impressive. But, for melt in your mouth steaks, supurb seafood, and great drinks, you can't beat this place. They only take reservations on the same day, so call early. It's very small so there is limited seating.
A little secret, the lunch menu is also terrific and about half the price of the evening. The hamburgers are to die for as is the Paris Special. Locals eat here at lunch, in fact a few of the same faces show up every day.
Favorite Dish: Everything at lunch is good, there are changing specials eveery day. I've never had a bad meal there. Love the French Dip and the teriyaki tips when they have them are out of this world.
In the evening, just go for it...steak, salad and all the trimmings. You only go around once in life and the food here is worth it!
Club Paris, Alaska's Premier Steakhouse.
An Alaskan dining tradition since 1957. This is fancy eating, so dress appropriately, gentelmen should where jackets, and ladies should wear dresses.
Favorite Dish: Home of the 4' thick Filet Mignon. $32.50!!