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Anchorage Restaurants

Club Paris

  • 417 W. 5th Ave. Map It
  • Steakhouse

Updated 08/19/2014

Fodor's Review

Alaska's oldest steak house has barely changed since opening in 1957. The restaurant, with dark wood and an old-fashioned feel, serves tender, flavorful steaks of all kinds, including a 4-inch-thick filet mignon. If you have to wait for a table, have a martini at the bar and order the hors d'oeuvres platter ($32)—a sampler of top sirloin steak, halibut chunks, cheese, and prawns that could be a meal for two. For dessert, try a slice of tart key lime or sweet-potato pie.

Dinner reservations are advised.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

417 W. 5th Ave., Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States

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Phone:

907-277–6332

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch Sun.

Updated 08/19/2014

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Mar 18, 2010

Club Paris Review

I live in WA state but visit Alaska regularly. Not cheap, but then nothing is in Alaska. Very popular with the locals so you must make reservations days ahead.

By tdydave

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May 10, 2007

Respectable Choice

I was afraid that this would turn out to be one of those places that are rated more on an extended past glory than on current merits. I had no real complaints. I would eat here again. The prices were a tad high, even for Alaska and I think there are other places in town just as good. But for a downtown tradition, it didn't disappoint.

By James

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Jul 11, 2005

Clubbed in Paris

I went back because I love great steak which is all you're going to get here. Don't expect to be charmed here; the wait staff are as unpleasant and inattentive as ever but the steaks are still great but seem to have slipped a little from my prior visits here.

By Dennis

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Mar 6, 2005

Stick to the steaks

This is without a doubt a fantastic place for steaks but stay away from the seafood; you can do better at skippers when it comes to cooking scallops. Personally, I like the small older historic character of this little joint but agree that many of the staff could use remedial charm school class. Of course when one's establishment is packed every night there is little motivation, one would guess, in being nice or polite to people. My "reserved" pick

as the best steakhouse in Anchorage.

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