Anchorage, Alaska is certainly snowy, so a restaurant called Snow City Café is definitely right at home there. Charming and cozy, it’s exactly the place you want to be on a cold and snowy day.
A popular brunch spot since it first opened in 1998, the café uses the freshest ingredients and buys from local vendors when they can. Just about everything is made from scratch, and there are plenty of vegan and gluten-free options.
Seven different varieties of Benedicts are available, as well as eight different egg dishes ranging from the crabby omelet (with snow carb, Swiss cheese, green onion, and avocado) to the tundra scramble (reindeer sausage, green pepper, mushroom, red onion, and Cheddar). Biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, French toast, pancakes, and homemade oatmeal round out the breakfast options.
For lunch, there’s a selection of homemade soups, and salads include a kale and beet salad and the Seattle Chop, with greens, chicken, tomatoes, Parmesan, croutons, avocado, and roasted garlic dressing. Sandwiches include lots of panini, meatloaf, house-roasted turkey breast, and macaroni and cheese. All desserts are made in-house as well.