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  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Live music, pool, and a pretty inexpensive beer selection. The tots were pretty good, though I didn't get to try anything else. Also wasn't ridiculously crowded, so it is a nice place to go for a lower key time. Very "Alaskan" (coming from someone who just moved up from Chicago in Jan '15). I'll be coming back for sure.


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    Well worth it.your cheating yourself if you dont stop in and tie one off with the locals


  • 1 out of 5 Rating

    1

    Its just a bar, don't eat there. They served me a raw hamburger, when I informed my server she offered to "throw it back on for me" which might have been OK had it not been drowned in fake cheese, mayo and fine shredded lettuce. Oh, and my skimpy side of onion rings were made from the top of the onion so it was mostly deep fried onion skin...


  • 5 out of 5 Rating

    5

    I can't read the review before me without throwing in my opinion. At it's best the Brown Bear Saloon is one of the greatest roadhouse style dive bars in Alaska. For a decent price one can get a 24oz PBR and a burger basket in one of the best places in suburban Anchorage. The owner is always welcoming, and the setting is much like Indian, Alaska, do as you please as long as you don't bother anyone. I love this bar. It's like drinking at home. No pretentiousness, no formalities, no judgments. Cold beer, Bar food, and a great view. The bar can have some strange "ürban" shows every once in a while, when the weirdo, metro, Anchorage freaks come infiltrate to hear some industrial music but aside from that it is a must stop for a little ALASKANA. Two restuarants, a bar, a liquor store and a meat processor how can Indian go wrong.