In Alaska, even the vegetables are larger than average, and Anchorage’s many vegan and vegetarian restaurants are the perfect way to savor the oversized Alaska-grown goodness.

Vegan/Vegetarian Dining in Anchorage

Fresh greens from the Matanuska Valley are transformed into sumptuous salads and zesty garnishes, plump fruits and berries are sweet additions to desserts and appetizers, and creamy golden potatoes are a hearty part of any main course. Book a farm tour or visit a local farmers’ market to see and sample local produce at the source, then dine at an Anchorage eatery to enjoy a more upscale presentation. City restaurants make locally grown vegetables the star ingredients in a variety of cuisines, offering vegan and vegetarian options to satisfy every craving. 

Food Stands

No need to leave the sidewalk for great food. Street food, whether from a reindeer sausage cart or food truck, makes the meal mobile.


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