Located in the Anchorage Museum, this place is very busy during the height of tourist season and you may end up waiting a significant amount of time for a table or service--this is a problem if you are on a timed tour and your bus leaves at a set time. However, if time is not your master or you can visit during non-prime time, the food is outstanding. You can visit the Anchorage Museum, eat at the Muse and then visit the gift shop. Prices are in line with it status as a high end tourist place but not the worst in town. Service is good--during the rush, they could easily use twice the space. In good weather there is some outdoor seating. Don't know that I would take very young children here. There is also a small coffee and snack bar in the old part of the museum in the atrium area where the kids can run around a bit. Might be a better spot for the young ones.
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