The Hangar on the Wharf
The Hangar on the Wharf Review
Crowded with locals and travelers, the Hangar occupies the building where Alaska Airlines started business. Flight-theme puns dominate the menu (i.e., "Pre-flight Snacks" and the "Plane Caesar"), but the comfortably worn wood and vintage airplane photos create a casual dining experience that outweighs the kitsch. Every seat has views of the Gastineau Channel and Douglas Island. On warm days, outdoor seating is offered. This Juneau hotspot makes a wide selection of entrées, including locally caught halibut and salmon, filet mignon, great burgers, and daily specials. The Hangar serves more than 100 beers, including a few dozen on tap. On Friday and Saturday nights jazz or rock bands take the stage. If you've have had enough salmon, try the prime rib, which the Hangar is known for.
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