Unisea Sport's Bar: Hot Spot for the Young At Heart
The Sport's Bar has been around for years and always been a popular spot. But with the closure of Carl's and Latitudes it is packed every weekend and has a decent crowd most nights. A large space with pool tables, darts, lots of tables and a large bar. Don't have live music very often but a DJ most nights and a dance floor.
Dress Code: Try and clean off the fish smell if you want anyone to dance with you.
Latitudes: Elbow Room is no more!!
The old Elbow Room was sold earlier this year to two of the bar tenders from Carl's, Belinda & Lisa. Was closed while they fixed the place up and is now open for business as "Latitudes". Perhaps in memory of Jimmy Buffett who playd at the old Elbow Room in 1990? They have done a nice job fixing the interior up while retaining some of the old flavor. They have definitely beefed up the liquor selection.
Live music and dancing on weekends.
LATEST NEWS - LATITUDES CLOSED 11/15/07. SOLD LIQUOR LICENSE BUT NOT LIKELY TO REOPEN. i'LL LEAVE THE TIP HERE AS FOLKS ARE ALWAYS ASKING ABOUT THE ELBOW ROOM.
Dress Code: Carharts and Xtra Toughs are still OK!
- Business Travel
- Budget Travel
Cape Cheerful Lounge, Grand Aleutian Hotel: Thursday Night is Open Mic Night
Thursday nights, starting at 9:00 PM, the locals flock to the Cape Cheerful Loungs on the ground floor of the Grand for "Open Mic" night. It is fun and amazing to see what local talent is unveiled at this weekly event. Music and poetry with talented MC Alyssa McDonald.
The Cape is open from 5:00PM to 11:00PM Monday thru Saturday and is a popular bar for both locals and visitors alike.
Dress Code: Come as you like...
- Business Travel
Marine Advisory Program's Lecture Series: A stimulating option to the bars
Reid Brewer with the Marine Advisory Program has been able to snag many scientists passing through town to give a presentation of their work and findings. These lectures are held at The Museum of the Aleutians and are sometimes set up at the last minute. Call the Museum to find out if any are scheduled when you're in town. We have heard some world class scientists and researchers and it's great to get a peek at what they are working on. And it is a pleasant break from the bars and all that cigarette smoke:)
Dress Code: Try and not smell too fishy - it's a small room the lectures are held in.
- Museum Visits