From pizza made with local ingredients such as salmon and reindeer to old-school classics like pepperoni and Canadian bacon, Alaska has pizza down just right. So if you’re craving a hot slice of pie, check out these 10 excellent pizza restaurants in the state!
Known by locals and frequent visitors as The Purple Pizzeria, Mountain High Pizza Pie serves delicious handcrafted pizza in their cozy dining room or outdoors in their beer garden during the summer months. You’ll find live music, laugher, and lots of fun here too.
Creative pizza and in-house brewed beer make an unbeatable combination in Anchorage’s iconic Moose’s Tooth Pub and Pizzeria. Try the reindeer sausage pizza with a cold glass of spruce tip ale for an authentic Alaskan taste sensation.
Wood fired pizza lovers can find what they’re craving at Humdinger’s in Palmer. Everything here from the salad dressings to the thin, crispy pizza dough, is made from scratch. If you’re gluten free, you may have given up on pizza, but with plenty of gluten free options, including pizza dough, Humdinger’s will change your mind on that.
Forty years is a long time in a young state like Alaska. It’s also a long time for any pizzeria to be in business, but Sorrento’s hits the mark on both counts. Owned and operated by the same family that started it, you can be assured that your taste buds will be in good hands at Sorrento’s. Try the Sorrento’s Special (Canadian bacon, pepperoni, sausage, and mozzarella and parmesan cheese to see what 40 years of perfecting tastes like.
As a recipient of a Certificate of Excellent from TripAdvisor, Pizza Man is Eagle River is worth the driver from Anchorage or Wasilla if hand-tossed pizza in a family-friendly setting is on the agenda. And with 30 cold beers on tap, you’ll be sure to find a beverage to complement anything on the pizza menu.
Located on stunning Homer Spit, Finn’s pizza offers rooftop dining with views so spectacular they seem almost otherworldly. For a gourmet treat worthy of the finest urban pizzeria, order the blue pear pizza.
Bullwinkle’s is another long-term Alaskan favorite. With over 40 years in the pizza business, Juneau residents and visitors look for the iconic moose when they’re in need of the best possible pizza available in Alaska’s capitol city. As a bonus, the tradition of giving customers free popcorn that started the day Bullwinkle’s opened its doors lives on today.
If you like your pizza with a view of North America’s tallest mountain basking in the glow of the midnight sun, put Prospector’s on your bucket list. You might even see a moose or a grizzly bear outside your window while you’re dining.
As its name implies, Harborside Pizza in Cordova is another Alaska eatery offering pizza with a stunning view. you’ll be able to watch commercial fishing boats as well as pleasure crafts maneuver in and out of the busy harbor while enjoying your wood fired pizza and locally-brewed beer.
Located inside Juneau’s historic Merchant’s Wharf, Pizzeria Roma is another Alaska pizza joint serving up a stellar view with the pepperoni. It’s also big on down home comfort food. Try the cheeseburger pizza or, if you’ve got a hungry crew to feed, ask about the double-stacked meatball pizza stuffed with sauce and cheese. For a true taste of Alaska, you can’t miss with the salmon pizza.