Pump House Restaurant
Pump House Restaurant Review
Alongside the Chena River, this mining pump station–turned–restaurant claims it's the northernmost oyster bar in the world, and also turns out house specialties such as Alaskan wild game and seafood chowder. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this pump house, circa 1930s, now houses and utilizes antiques up to 150 years old. The furnishings and floor are made of rich, polished wood, the pool table dates from 1898, and an Alaskan grizzly bear in a glass case stands sentry next to the hostess station. Wednesday night is karaoke night in the bar. In summer, enjoy the midnight sun on the deck out back by the Chena River. Ask locals where to go for a nice night out, this is probably where they'll send you.
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