Top Dining Choices in Juneau (2023)

Juneau’s food scene has never been so vibrant. Along with traditional eateries serving the freshest Alaskan seafood, eclectic fusion restaurants have popped up, creating new takes on the country’s classic dishes. To help you make the most of your time in this beautiful city, we have created a guide to the best restaurants within 20 minutes of your cruise port in Juneau.

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Juneau’s food scene

Despite its remote location, the city’s food scene has blossomed in recent years.Juneau Food Tours, a company offering culinary experiences in downtown Juneau, is proof of this increased interest in food and drink in the capital. We caught up with owner Midgi Moore to find out more about eating in the area:

“The food scene has changed tremendously over the past five to six years,” said Midgi. “We can actually pinpoint what the catalyst was. Travis Smith, owner of The Rookery Café, wanted to start a dinner menu. He brought in Chef Beau Schooler. Chef Beau is a two-timeJames Beardnominee, and through his talent and skills, created a dinner menu that excited Juneau residents. From there, restaurants realised that dining was more than food, it was an experience and we were quite happy to support that experience.

“Juneau currently has a plethora of unique dining options ranging from the sophisticated Salt, casual fish tacos and beer at Deckhand Dave’s, to the comfortable, friendly dining experience of Hangar on the Wharf.”

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Alaska is famous for its delicious fresh seafood and, perhaps surprisingly, its exceptional craft beer. We asked Midgi what people should be sure to try on their Alaskan cruise holiday:

“When visiting Juneau, I think it’s a must to stop at Tracy’s King Crab Shack for her award-winning crab bisque. I’d also recommend anything at Deckhand Dave’s or V’s Cellar Door, and we have a new waterfront place, Pier 49, which boasts a fantastic view.

“As far as drinks, a stop at theAmalga Distilleryis always fun. Owners Brandon Howard and Maura Selenak distill their own gin, aptly named Juneauper Gin, as well as their own tonic. They forage Juneau’s coastline and forest for botanicals to use in the cocktails and each batch is just a little different, but always tasty.

“New on the beverage scene isThe Narrows Bar, which is a chic, small cocktail bar featuring fine spirits. I definitely recommend the Manhattan or my personal favourite, the Rattlesnake. For something old school, don’t miss The Imperial Bar (est. 1891), as well as the Super Tots fromFront Street Café. Lastly, swing by theAlaskan Bar, where one can get an Alaskan beer in the Alaskan bar served by an Alaskan. It’s what we call the trifecta of visiting Juneau.”

With so many new and exciting restaurants popping up in this remote Alaskan city, we asked Midgi to recommend a few of her favourites:

“It’s not unusual to find me having lunch at Hangar on the Wharf or dinner at Salt. I’m always up for small plates and wine at The Rookery Café, orIn Bocca al Lupo, Chef Beau’s Italian restaurant. In our valley area, a few miles outside of town, I enjoy brisket and sumptuous food prepared by Chef Abby LaForce atZerelda’s Bistro. The beauty of Juneau is there are so many choices!”

Midgi’s food tours cover many of Juneau’s most eclectic eateries and are worth considering on your cruise holiday to the city. “We enjoy tastings at seven locations, including everything from the casual food truck to fine dining with a wine pairing,” said Midgi. “We focus on Alaska’s wild seafood, but also include fun tastings such as a hog wing and soba noodle salad with duck confit.

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“We firmly believe that food brings people together and that there is no better way to experience a community than through its food. Our culinary hosts are local residents who enjoy sharing the food scene as well as local tidbits of history and fun facts about living in Alaska. Our mission is simple: to deliver tasty memories.”

Best restaurants in Juneau

Tracy’s King Crab Shack

This popular Juneau eatery was the brainchild of Tracy, who moved to the city in 1996 and immediately fell in love with crabbing and the fishing industry. On her website, Tracy says: “I found crab fascinating, the pulling of the pots, the cleaning of the crab, cooking, the scenery, the company and of course the taste of the crab was awesome!” In 2006, Tracy decided to follow her dreams and start a business selling delicious crab. Today, you can enjoy mouth-watering king crab dishes atTracy’s King Crab Shackon your cruise holiday, which is just a two-minute walk from the port.

Deckhand Dave’s

Owned and operated by a former commercial fisherman, it comes as no surprise thatDeckhand Dave’sis one of the best places to enjoy seafood in Juneau. Tuck into delicious halibut, salmon or rockfish tacos with red cabbage slaw, pico de gallo and cilantro, or panko-breaded salmon with fries, just moments from the port.

The Rookery Café

Voted the number one restaurant in the 2014 and 2015Juneau EmpireReaders’ Choice Awards, it’s safe to sayThe Rookery Caféis well-loved in the city. Stop for breakfast to enjoy an Alaskan twist on the classic eggs benedict, with Amalga Distillery Juneauper Gin cured sockeye salmon, or pop by for a warming coffee and cake while exploring the city. The café also serves lunch and dinner.

Hangar on the Wharf

Overlooking the surrounding mountains and the Gastineau Channel, a visit toHangar on the Wharfis highly recommended by locals. Serving warming Alaska halibut chowder for cold days, delicious stuffed sandwiches such as the turkey provolone and unique dishes like the wasabi salmon burger, you’re guaranteed to find something to suit your taste here. Wash it down with a refreshing glass of Alaskan craft beer. Hangar on the Wharf is just a three-minute stroll from the cruise port.

Twisted Fish Company

In the summer, locals and visitors flock toTwisted Fish Companyfor their fix of tasty Alaskan cuisine and craft cocktails. As well as an extensive menu of wild Alaskan seafood, the restaurant serves unique creations including the wild berry halibut burger, peppered salmon mac and cheese and smokehouse pizzas. Walk along Franklin Street for four minutes to get to Twisted Fish Company.

In Bocca al Lupo

If you’re in the mood for Italian food during your visit, head toIn Bocca Al Lupo. The restaurant’s name is Italian for ‘into the wolf’s mouth’, a way to wish someone good luck. Tempting wood-fired pizzas and handmade pasta feature on the menu at In Bocca Al Lupo, one of Juneau’s newest eateries, which is only an eight-minute walk from the cruise port.

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Alaska Fish and Chips Company

In the heart of downtown Juneau,Alaska Fish & Chips Companyis another firm favourite among locals. Whether you want to gorge on Alaska crab cakes, fish tacos or salmon burgers, there’s something for all seafood fans here. Meat-lovers can opt for the hand-dipped corn dog with reindeer sausage. The eatery also boasts an impressive selection of local craft beers from the likes ofAlaskan Brewing Co,Denali Brewing,Midnight Sun Brewing,Silver Gulch BrewingandBaranof Brewing. Take a six minute walk from the port to reach the restaurant.

V’s Cellar Door

If you’re not the biggest fan of seafood, or if you’ve already indulged in some fresh king crab and fancy something different, visit Mexican-Asian fusion restaurant,V’s Cellar Door. Its spectacular menu includes burritos, tacos, quesadillas and nachos, all influenced by Asian cuisine. If you just can’t decide what to order, take a peek at V’s Fusion Favourites on the menu. This eclectic eatery is just an eight-minute walk from the cruise port.

Pier 49

Perhaps the closest of all the restaurants in Juneau isPier 49, a brand new restaurant just 89 feet from the cruise ship terminal. Its mouth-watering menu includes king crab tacos for just $3, reindeer sausage with sauerkraut and barbecue salmon. Enjoy your meal with one of the restaurant’s specialty drinks such as Mermaid Water, The Last Frontier Margarita or The Gold Rush.


Modern restaurantSalthas been praised for its creative approach to Alaskan cuisine. Using fresh seafood, butcher cut steaks and seasonal ingredients to create its unique menu, Salt is an exciting place to stop by for dinner on your visit to Juneau. Expect dishes such as herb brined pork shoulder and king crab risotto, paired with exceptional wines.

Don’t leave without trying

Barnacle Foods’ kelp salsa – featured on A Taste of Nature Kayak & Gourmet Adventure

Barnacle Foodscreates delicious salsas and pickles from a natural ingredient Alaska offers in abundance – kelp. Owners Matt and Lia grew up in Southeast Alaska and are passionate about making sustainable, tasty products. We caught up with the duo to find out more about natural ingredients on offer in Alaska and why they chose kelp:

“From the coastal bounty of salmon, seaweed and berries, we fill our cupboards every year. Bull kelp is a favourite ingredient we’ve been using for years. On the way back home from a fishing trip we’d fill a cooler with kelp, gather our friends and create handmade pickles and salsas in our kitchen. Over the years we experimented with new recipes, our batches grew, and the list of people we shared with grew longer.

We realised we were making something special, a taste of home that we should share with more than our friends and family. Bringing the wild flavours of Southeast Alaska from our kitchen into yours.”

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As well as creating incredible flavours, the team behind Barnacle Foods also focus on sustainability. Matt and Lia added: “Our first goal is to make delicious food, but we’re also conscious about using abundant and sustainable local food sources, like wild kelp. By preserving kelp in the form of salsas and pickles, we are bringing this renewable resource to your kitchen year round.

“We go to great lengths – and depths – to capture the essence of Southeast Alaska by using locally-grown, harvested and foraged ingredients like kelp. In harvesting wild ingredients, our priority is to make the least impact on the environment around us and keep the resources we rely on as healthy as we found them. We are stewards of our environment and want to make sure these resources continue to be available for future generations.

“Living in Alaska, only connected to the lower 48 through barge or plane, isn’t always easy, but it’s always worth it. Living in Southeast Alaska makes us who we are and our products what they are, and despite any challenges, we’re committed to maintaining our home and business right here.”

On your Alaska cruise, be sure to pick up something to take home from Barnacle Foods. “Our Campfire Kelp Salsa4 (made from 40 per cent kelp) is a popular choice for those who like a little bit of spice,” said Matt and Lia, “and our Dill Kelp Pickles are an awesome addition to cocktails, a sandwich or straight out of the jar.”

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What food is Juneau known for? ›

You might have heard, Juneau seafood is to die for — salmon, halibut, and crab make up the Alaskan seafood trifecta. Don't forget about regionally caught scallops, spot prawns, and Dungeness crab! Don't forget to take home a gift of smoked salmon.

What is the best way to get around Juneau? ›

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  1. Enjoy Juneau's walkability. Partly due to its geography—it's surrounded by mountains and water—Juneau is a compact city. ...
  2. Take your bike—or buy one there. ...
  3. Call a cab. ...
  4. Rent a car. ...
  5. Take advantage of the tourist infrastructure. ...
  6. Catch the tram.

What is living in Juneau like? ›

Juneau is a great place for people who love the outdoors, beautiful scenery, and a community. The community is big enough to support a decent gathering and small enough to still have that small town vibe. You'll always see someone you know, no matter where you go.

Is Juneau beautiful? ›

Alaska's state capital is also one of its most beautiful cities and one of the most visited communities in the state. With so much to see and do, there's certain to be something for you in Juneau.

What is the oldest bar in Juneau Alaska? ›

The Red Dog Saloon is a drinking establishment at 278 South Franklin Street in Juneau, Alaska, U.S. The Red Dog has been recognized by the Alaska Legislature for its longevity as the oldest man-made tourist attraction in Juneau.

How many days should I spend in Juneau? ›

With so much to do and see, you would ideally want to spend a full week in Juneau, but with proper planning, you can experience the highlights over a long weekend getaway. If you're planning a 3-day trip to Juneau, you won't be hard-pressed for things to do.

Does Juneau have a hop on hop off bus? ›

Plan Your Trip

Enjoy the downtown Red Trolley Tour! Hop off at the State Museum, Salmon Hatchery and the life size Breaching Whale Fountain.

Is Juneau a walkable city? ›

Downtown Juneau is very walkable, and you can get to many landmarks within 15 minutes from the docks. You can also explore at your own pace by renting a car.

What is the crime rate in Juneau? ›

The Juneau AK crime rate for 2018 was 827.02 per 100,000 population, a 11.72% decline from 2017. The Juneau AK crime rate for 2017 was 936.8 per 100,000 population, a 9.51% increase from 2016. The Juneau AK crime rate for 2016 was 855.48 per 100,000 population, a 2.5% decline from 2015.

Why are there no roads to Juneau Alaska? ›

The absence of a road network is due to the extremely rugged terrain surrounding the city. This in turn makes Juneau a de facto island city in terms of transportation, since all goods coming in and out must go by plane or boat, in spite of the city's location on the Alaskan mainland.

Is it better to go to Juneau or Anchorage? ›

Anchorage is larger and therefore has more attractions, but it also has less attractive areas. Juneau is smaller and enclosed by mountains, making its general layout more attractive by default.

Can you see Northern Lights in Juneau? ›

Juneau is a wonderful place in Alaska where you can watch the Aurora phenomenon. Go hiking on some of the trails at Juneau to catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.

What does the name Juneau mean? ›

Meaning:Queen of heaven; young. Juneau is a gender-neutral name of Latin origin. It is a variation of Juno, meaning "queen of heaven" or "young." Suitable for both boys and girls, Juneau offers you a worth of possibilities, from celebrating baby's angelic presence to the innocence of their youth.

Can you see the Northern Lights in Juneau in August? ›

The northern lights occur all four seasons of the year, although they are harder to see under the Midnight Sun. The best time to see the northern lights in Alaska is between August and April, when less daylight leads to darker night skies.

What is in the Red Dog Saloon duck fart? ›

The highlight was a famous "shot glass' drink called a Duck Fart. Which is made up of a third Kahlua, a third Bailey's Irish Cream and a third Whiskey.

Who owns the Alaskan hotel in Juneau Alaska? ›

The Alaskan Hotel in downtown Juneau opened one-hundred-years ago and is the oldest operating hotel in the state. Owners Bettye Adams bought the hotel in 1977 with her husband Mike; it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

When was the Red Dog Saloon built? ›

Opened as a sandwich shop at 449 N. Main Street in the Fitzgerald Hotel during Prohibition, the Red Dog Saloon was first licensed in 1933 after Prohibition was abolished.

What is the best time to go to Juneau Alaska? ›

The best time to visit Juneau is between May and August. You'll have to compete with hordes of cruise passengers at the area's top attractions, but the days will be long and sunny. Plus, these months correspond with whale migration season, meaning you're guaranteed to see some activity in the water.

Does it rain a lot in Juneau? ›

Juneau, Alaska gets 71 inches of rain, on average, per year.

What is there to do in Juneau at night? ›

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  • Head to the beach. Yes, you can spend the day at the beach in Alaska. ...
  • Catch a free concert or art show. ...
  • Hiking. ...
  • Downtown Juneau Historic Walking Tour. ...
  • Whale watching. ...
  • See sled dogs. ...
  • Mendenhall Glacier and Ice Cave.

Can you do Mendenhall Glacier on your own? ›

While many people go to Mendenhall Glacier with a tour group or on a shore excursion, you can also get to the glacier on your own. You can take a taxi from Juneau, drive to the glacier with a rental car, or take the city bus to Glacier Spur Road and walk the rest of the way (1.5 miles).

Can you walk from cruise ship to Mendenhall Glacier? ›

The walk from the cruise port to the Downtown Transit Center (DTC) was less than 10 minutes where we caught bus# 3 at 8:05 am and arrived at the Glacier Stop-439 at 8:55 am. From here we walked the 1.5 mile and arrived at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center by 9:25 am.

Is Mendenhall Glacier free? ›

Day use passes sell for $5 per person and collectible season passes will be for sale for $15 for the card holder and one guest the entire season. Those age 15 and younger are free.

What is there to do in Juneau Alaska without a car? ›

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  1. Hiking Trails. Cost: FREE! ...
  2. The Mendenhall Glacier and Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center. ...
  3. Cope Park. ...
  4. Celebration Festival. ...
  5. The Juneau-Douglas Museum. ...
  6. The Alaskan Brewing Company. ...
  7. First Fridays. ...
  8. State Office Building Concerts.
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Is Uber reliable in Juneau Alaska? ›

With all that said, we successfully used both Uber and Lyft in Juneau on a number of occasions. Overall, the drivers that we had were quite nice and several of them gave us some pretty good inside information about different attractions.

Do you need a car when visiting Juneau Alaska? ›

Juneau is incredibly spread out, so if you're staying outside downtown, you'll need a car (or a serious appetite for hiking). There are, of course, numerous chain hotels near the airport, but you can do better than that.

Is there a lot of crime in Juneau? ›

Juneau has one of the highest overall crime rates of any U.S. city. For comparison, the national total crime rate is 2,489 incidents for every 100,000 people. Juneau's overall crime rate is 32% higher than the overall crime rate in Alaska.

Is it safe to travel to Juneau Alaska? ›

The city of Juneau is too small to be able to pick out good or bad neighborhoods. The good thing is, you'll either be on foot or taking a paid ride anywhere, so you can't drive into the “wrong” part of town. Most tourists stay on the beaten path and that makes it a lot safer for everyone.

What is the crime rate in Anchorage Alaska? ›

There were 15,842 crimes reported in Anchorage, Alaska in 2019, the most recent year crime data is available. Adjusted for population, the city's annual crime rate is 5,506 incidents for every 100,000 people.

How cold does it get in Juneau Alaska? ›

Freezing temperatures can happen in Juneau anytime from September until May. Juneau typically sees 128 frosty nights a year. The coldest nights drop down to below 0 °F (-18 °C), which happens on average twice a year. For an average of 39 days annually the thermometer never rises above freezing.

Why are there no roads in Alaska? ›

Alaska's climate and geography provide significant challenges to building and maintaining roads. Mountain ranges, permafrost, long distances between small population centers, and the cost of transporting materials all add to the costs and challenges of Alaska's road system.

Are there any roads out of Juneau? ›

Juneau is the largest city in the United States and the only state capital, excluding Hawaii, that doesn't have road access.

How long is the ferry ride from Ketchikan to Juneau? ›

Alternatively, Alaska DOT operates a car ferry from Ketchikan to Juneau 3 times a week. Tickets cost $110 - $180 and the journey takes 18h 15m.

What clothes to pack for Alaska in September? ›

Temperatures will continue to drop, with highs only reaching the mid 50s and lows going down to the mid 30s. Therefore, if you booked a September cruise to Alaska, make sure to bring heavier layers of clothes, such as thick wool sweaters, socks, hats, a warmer jacket, and a sturdy pair of gloves.

Is Juneau Alaska a big city? ›

Can you see the northern lights with the naked eye? ›

Auroras appear to the naked eye as a very faint, white glow in the night sky to the magnetic north. Many auroras are totally invisible to the naked eye or can only be seen by looking at them indirectly, i.e. out of the corner of your eye. It is extremely rare to see them in colour with the naked eye.

Are the northern lights better in Alaska or Iceland? ›

If you're wondering if Iceland or Alaska is better for viewing the Northern Lights. The answer is that both offer incredible opportunities. The ideal position for viewing the Aurora Borealis is north of 65 degrees latitude. It will need to be a cloudless night and preferably away from city lights.

What time is best to see the northern lights? ›

November through to February offer the darkest skies and longer evenings for maximum sky-gazing. The strongest lights tend to appear between 9pm and 2am, though the best sightings often occur between 11pm and midnight.

Is Juno a girl or boy name? ›

The name Juno is primarily a gender-neutral name of Latin origin that means Goddess Of Love, Marriage & Childbirth. Roman chief goddess of Goddess of Love, Marriage & Childbirth and the female counterpart to Jupiter.

Is Juno a girls name? ›

Juno as a girl's name is of Latin origin meaning "queen of heaven." In Roman mythology, Juno was the equivalent of Hera in classical mythology, and the protector of women and of marriage; hence June is known as the bridal month.

Is Juneau a French name? ›

The name Juneau is primarily a gender-neutral name of French origin that means Young. Most likely a derivation of the French word jeune, meaning "young one." Capital city of the state of Alaska, U.S.

What is Juneau known for? ›

Juneau is many things: a mountain town, a coastal community and the most scenic capital city in the U.S. A natural wonder, wildlife hotspot and cultural jewel, Juneau is rich in history, art, music and Native heritage.

Can you see the northern lights from a cruise ship in Alaska? ›

On Celebrity, cruises to Alaska and Iceland just might yield sightings of Aurora Borealis. That said, even if you don't see the Northern Lights during your cruise, there's plenty to fall in love with in these exciting destinations, from incredible dog-sledding competitions to hiking along stunning fjords.

Can you see the northern lights every night in Alaska? ›

Yes, you can see the northern lights, also known as the aurora borealis, from Anchorage - but not in the summer. The aurora actually occurs all year long, but the sky needs to be clear and dark to see it. Views are best from September to April. Winter is the prime viewing time.

Why are there no roads in Juneau? ›

So why is there no road to Juneau? A road going due east wouldn't work out so well with an icefield the size of Rhode Island separating Juneau from Atlin, British Columbia. Similarly, the route up the Taku River is blocked by ever-shifting glaciers.

What does the name Juneau mean? ›

Meaning:Queen of heaven; young. Juneau is a gender-neutral name of Latin origin. It is a variation of Juno, meaning "queen of heaven" or "young." Suitable for both boys and girls, Juneau offers you a worth of possibilities, from celebrating baby's angelic presence to the innocence of their youth.

How did Juneau get its name? ›

The city is named after a gold prospector from Quebec, Joe Juneau, though the place was once called Rockwell and then Harrisburg (after Juneau's co-prospector, Richard Harris).

Why is Juneau the capital of Alaska and not Anchorage? ›

We expanded that question to ask why Juneau remains the capital. It's fairly easy to see why Juneau became the capital in 1906 – Anchorage didn't exist yet and Fairbanks was a remote settlement, but Juneau had a thriving mining industry and was only a steamer trip away from Seattle.

Does it rain a lot in Juneau? ›

Juneau, Alaska gets 71 inches of rain, on average, per year.

Is Juneau worth visiting? ›

Juneau is definitely worth visiting. It is rich in history and became the capital city of the territory in 1906 and of the state in 1959. It has a marvelous State Museum that contains artifacts and displays, an active waterfront with piers full of boats, ships, and floatplanes.

How long is the ferry ride from Juneau to Haines? ›

A trip from Juneau to Haines takes about 4.5 hours and only 1 hour to get from Skagway to Haines. Ferries typically run once a day in summer. The Haines Skagway Fast Ferry makes multiple trips per day between Haines and Skagway.

Is Juno a girl or boy name? ›

The name Juno is primarily a gender-neutral name of Latin origin that means Goddess Of Love, Marriage & Childbirth. Roman chief goddess of Goddess of Love, Marriage & Childbirth and the female counterpart to Jupiter.

Is Juno a girls name? ›

Juno as a girl's name is of Latin origin meaning "queen of heaven." In Roman mythology, Juno was the equivalent of Hera in classical mythology, and the protector of women and of marriage; hence June is known as the bridal month.

Is Juneau a French name? ›

The name Juneau is primarily a gender-neutral name of French origin that means Young. Most likely a derivation of the French word jeune, meaning "young one." Capital city of the state of Alaska, U.S.

Why is Juneau famous? ›

Although you may not see them all on your next Alaskan cruise, Juneau is well known for its incredible wildlife — both on land and by sea. Juneau is popular. In a given year Juneau can receive as many as 900,000 cruise ship passengers and an additional 100,000 independent travelers. There's no place like Juneau.

How much is the tram in Juneau? ›

At $33 for adult tickets (and $16 for kids between 6 and 12), the tramway can be expensive for some. Although, that price includes all-day unlimited rides, a short film viewing and a visit to the Juneau Raptor Center and the Raven Eagle Gifts & Gallery.

What is Alaska nickname? ›

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State Nick Name: "The Last Frontier" - the name Alaska is derived from the Aleut word "Aleyska," meaning "great land."

Why did Canada not buy Alaska? ›

There are two main reasons. First, Canada wasn't its own country in 1867. Second, Great Britain controlled the Canadian colonies. Russia did not want to sell Alaska to its rival.

Is Anchorage LGBT friendly? ›

The municipalities of Anchorage, Juneau, Sitka and Ketchikan ban discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in public and private employment, public accommodations, and housing. This represents about 46% of the state population.


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