The 9 Best Delis in Alaska!
There’s nothing like a delicious sandwich filled with fresh cuts of meat, cheeses and vegetables to power you through an Alaskan day. We love our delis, and fortunately there are many excellent choices. Here are the nine best delis in the Land of the Midnight Sun.
Locally owned and operated Peppercini's has been delighting Anchorage taste buds since 1981. Stop in for a quick sandwich or have them cater your next gathering. Stuck in the office or too cozy at home to want to go out? Peppercini's delivers.
You'll find classic deli fare with an Alaskan twist here—breakfast wraps are available all day long. Breads are baked in-house, and customers can create their own cold or hot sandwiches from available ingredients. The kids' menu here is terrific.
Dedicated customers claim that Odie's has elevated the daily soup into an art form, while others say their house-baked cookies are the stars of their show. Odie's features a large interior space that often serves as a venue or community events such as Wednesday night “Pub Quiz” or live music on Friday nights.
Downtown Anchorage residents depend on Urban Greens for lunches served up quickly without compromising quality. Try their smoked salmon salad for uniquely Alaskan treat. Urban Greens delivers as well as offers catering services.
Krazy Moose Subs offers standard deli fare, caffeine, and cookies in a homey interior setting. The walls are lined with historic photographs of Wasilla that add to the old-school ambiance. Don't miss the cheeseburger sub, but be sure to leave room for one of their double chocolate chip cookies.
Raw organic juice lovers in Juneau don't have to look any farther than Grumpy's for their favorite concoctions. You'll also find root beer floats here, a fresh salad bar, hot and cold sandwiches, fruit smoothies, and espresso.
Fairbanks natural food lovers find what they're looking for at Co-op Market and Deli. Enjoy freshly made wraps, sandwiches, soups while taking a break from shopping for all of your natural favorites in the grocery section.
Head to eastern European Store and Deli for a taste of Eastern Europe cuisine in the land of the midnight sun. You'll find gourmet sandwiches, poppy seed rolls, borsch, pierogi, and German breads and pastries here. The Anchorage location was so popular they added a Wasilla location for the sake of the taste buds of Valley residents.
Pil's is a small place with big flavor conveniently located in the heart of downtown Anchorage. Tired of the usual breakfast fare offered by local eateries? Try Pil's reindeer sausage and egg breakfast sandwich served on a fresh croissant. Outdoor seating is available when weather permits.