Moose Tooth Pizza (Alaska) Highest grossing single-unit independent pizzeria in the nation $6 million

The "go to" eating establishment in Anchorage Alaska. Best pizza and in town, great family and friends atmosphere, great service. It is located in midtown and easy to find. It can be a bit loud on the weekends and weeknights, but it is all friendly conversation. Always busy and sometimes hard to find parking-go earlier than later, especially on weekends.

Plenty of variety, no extra charge for 1/2 & 1/2. Waitresses and waiters friendly. Great atmosphere. The root beer and cream soda go especially well with their meatball pizza. 

The specialty pizzas are good like the Solstice. It is fun to build your own pizza. A favorite is thin crust, pesto sauce, cheese, buffalo chicken, spinach, roasted garlic and sun dried tomatoes. The ingredients are fresh and there are no restrictions. They have a gluten-free crust as well.

If you’ve heard of one restaurant in Alaska through the so-called grapevine, chances are it’s Moose’s Tooth. Situated in Anchorage, this place is widely known for having the best pizza in the state, maybe even the country. That’s a pretty tall claim but it lives up to the hype. The vibe is laid back, the staff is warm and welcoming, and the service is top-notch. Try the Thai and Backpacker.

Sit down to an amazing decor, waiter and incredible aroma! The appetizer bread sticks were served with garlic marinara that are great.

Hungarian Mushroom soup is phenomenal. Wait staffs wear tie dye shirts. Try the avalanche pizza.

Aloha Escape Pizza, Canadian Bacon, Pineapple, Mozzarella, Provolone, Marinara.

Carnivore Pizza, Bacon, Canadian Bacon, Pepperoni, Ground Beef, Italian Sausage, Mozzarella, Provolone, Marinara.

Lu-Wow Pizza, Smoked Ham, Fresh Pineapple, Mozzarella, Provolone, Marinara

The Backpacker Pizza, Spinach, Roasted Garlic, Sundried Tomatoes, Kalamata Olives, Artichoke Hearts, Feta, Mozzarella, Provolone, Garlic Oil

The Popeye Pizza, Spinach, Roasted Red Peppers, Red Onions, Mushrooms, Mozzarella, Provolone, Feta, Parmesan, Oregano, Garlic Oil

The Avalanche Pizza, Pepperoni, Blackened Chicken, Bacon, Red Onions, Parsley, Cheddar, Mozzarella, Provolone, Barbeque Sauce

The Call of the Wild Pizza (Howling Pizza) Garlic and olive oil, mozzarella & provolone cheeses, reindeer sausage, steak, bacon, wild mushroom mix and fresh red peppers.

• 18% delivery fee • Limited delivery area • 24 hour advance notice

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Reindeer sausage recipe

12 Oz Beef
2 Lb pork shoulder, lean
10 Oz Water
1 Oz garlic, dried
11/2 Oz Sea salt
1 Oz Sugar
1 Tsp Freshly ground black pepper
1 Tsp Smoked paprika
1 Tsp Celery Powder
1 Lb Pork jowls, ground
1 Lb Reindeer, ground
20 Hot dog buns
5c Coney sauce
As needed White onion, diced
As needed Yellow mustard

1 Grind beef and pork shoulder twice through smallest grinder plate into a large bowl.
2 Mix in water, dried garlic, salt, sugar, black pepper, paprika and celery powder. Work mixture together well by hand.
3 Add pork jowl and reindeer. Again work mixture with your hands until well blended.
4 Using meat grinder with stuffer attachment, stuff into natural hog casings to about 6 inches in length.
5 Smoke sausages at 170 degrees F for about 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Alternatively, simmer in a water bath for 10 to 15 minutes.
6 To serve, grill sausage and place in a bun. Top with about 1/4 cup Coney sauce, sprinkle with diced onion and garnish with a squirt of yellow mustard.

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Midtown Anchorage Alaska Tour

This tour includes Moose's Tooth Pizza  (where

For visitors who tour Anchorage, most of the action is concentrated in the very compact and very accessible downtown core (W. First to W. Ninth avenues), but there are also plenty of attractions beyond the city center. Included here are things to do and great places to shop and eat in downtown, midtown, south, east and west Anchorage. 

A great place to spend a rainy day while touring Anchorage Alaska is the Bear Tooth Theatrepub, at 1230 West 27th Ave. Buy a $4 movie ticket then head to the counter to order freshly prepared food (try the Turnagain tofu burrito, Avalanche pizza or seared AK salmon tacos—three of our favorites), take the day-glow-orange numbered cone you are handed, find a seat inside the theatre, and wait for your meal to arrive and the movie to start. Order a root beer with your meal, or head to the draft beer and wine bar inside. Also in this building is the Bear Tooth Grill, a restaurant that routinely appears on Best Places to Eat in Anchorage lists.