Denali National Park covers 6 million acres of Alaskan wilderness and is home to North America’s tallest peak. During your visit, you’ll likely spend the days exploring its beauty and the evenings unwinding at your hotel and exploring the nearby nightlife. Venture to these places for delicious and memorable evenings.
Where to Go for Food & Drinks
49th State Brewing
For authentic Alaskan food and drinks, there’s no place better than 49th State Brewing. It’s the only local brewpub that serves Alaskan yak. Other house specialties include Buffalo meatloaf and Bavarian pretzel.
Their staff knows their beers and will help you pair your meal with the perfect glass. Sit inside or enjoy the garden outside. When you’re satisfied, it’s likely a short drive or walk back to the hotel.
Prospectors Pizzeria & Alehouse
With walls covered in animal pelts and historical photos, this place screams Alaska. Enjoy their quality pizza and beer and give your meal an Alaskan twist with toppings like salmon, halibut, elk, reindeer, and Alaskan king crab.
They have gluten-free pizza crust and dairy-free cheese; there’s something for everyone. Sip on one of their many craft beers and reflect on a beautiful day with a full belly.
Where to Go for Entertainment
Music of Denali Dinner Theater
Who says the entertainment is reserved for Denali National Park? After a day of enjoying the great outdoors, enjoy educational entertainment about the first people to summit Denali.
The performers will not only serve you up catchy tunes but a delicious all-you-can-eat meal too. Feast on Alaskan salmon, mashed potatoes, and wonderful music.
Cabin Nite Dinner Theater
If you’re looking for a more immersive experience, head to Cabin Nite Dinner Theater located in the Denali Park Village. The performance, held in a classic, log-paneled roadhouse, features Fanny Quigley: a pioneer of the Gold Rush.
In this show, the performers also act as your servers, filling up your table with an all-you-can-eat dinner; tasty dishes include BBQ pork ribs, garlic cheddar biscuits, and Fanny’s mixed berry cobbler.
Get the most out of your visit to Denali National Park when you stay at Totem Inn in Healy, AK. Their attentive staff and comfortable accommodations make this hotel feel like home. They’re located a short distance from Denali National Park and from many wonderful restaurants, bars, and theaters. Enjoy their cozy rooms, delicious restaurant, and fitness center. Call (907) 683-6500 to start planning your dream vacation. Peek into their accommodations online.