Groceries & Markets in Knik-Fairview


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Anzilotti’s Tuscan Market imports fresh gourmet foods directly from Italy, including distinctive jarred delicacies and fine pastas. Each kit contains a carefully balanced mix of flavors for three distinctive meals, with quick preparation time to give cooks the leisure to simultaneously check pasta’s tenderness, work out their pitching arms, and make pasta wall-art. Chefs can let creativity inspire dinners, or follow the easy recipe suggestions and toss the tasty ingredients over pasta. Certified culinary experts craft all ingredients from the finest raw materials and package them using advanced systems to preserve freshness and flavor.
750 W Dimond Blvd
Anchorage,
AK
US
As one of Alaska’s premier web-based seafood companies, FishEx ships fresh and flash-frozen seafood throughout the U.S. The Alaska King Crab gift box packs three pounds of succulent crabmeat (1/2 lb. per leg) into a convenient holiday package that regales giftees with a savory flavor and texture, as well as health-boosting omega-3 fatty acids. Your gift box comes with a pint of seafood cioppino, a delectable stew of gill-breathers and their crustacean college roommates, sure to warm landlubbers and seasoned boatswain alike. You can also apply this Groupon's value towards a discount on any of FishEx’s extensive seafood offerings, including baskets filled with fresh scallops, casings stuffed with reindeer sausage, or sockeye salmon dressed in ugly Christmas sweaters.
1350 E 1st Ave
Anchorage,
AK
US
Owner Amber Fullmer doesn’t just enjoy cooking; she loves how it brings her family together. That thread also saw her through a big life shift—leaving a government job to open Amber's Olive Company—which now affords her more time with her family. Today, she stocks her shop with a wide array of premium oils infused with flavors such as persian lime, spicy cayenne, and tarragon. These oils can be paired with traditional or flavored balsamic vinegars to add dimension to salads, pastas, or water-balloon fights. The store also stocks specialty food items made with high-quality ingredients, such as infused salts, chocolates, and gift baskets.
800 East Dimond Boulevard
Anchorage,
AK
US
Traditional Irish eats fill the menu at McGinley's Pub but with an Alaskan twist. The bangers and mash, for example, come with reindeer sausage, and the fish and chips are made with fresh, Alaskan halibut. Diners can wash it all down with an Irish whiskey or a pint of Guinness on draft.
645 G Street
Anchorage,
AK
US
After years of managing other people’s restaurants, Tinker Berson realized a long-cherished dream by opening her own deli, where a menu of lunches and all-day breakfasts stuffs diners amid verdant potted plants and climbing vines. Clients opt for the simplicity of staff-conceived deli creations or engineer their own, choosing a bread base, favorite condiments, meat such as pastrami or roast beef, cheese, and veggies to match the size of their appetite or one-up a lifelong rival sandwich eater. Breakfasts beckon morning diners with similar creative possibilities as well as quick bites, such as a veggie burrito or belgian waffle drizzled with syrup and topped with strawberries. Fresh salads and real-fruit smoothies with optional Red Bull boosters infuse meals with sweet vitamins, and the onsite espresso bar jump-starts brainwaves with handcrafted caffeine hits that ready minds for Jeopardy tournaments or memorizing the dictionary. Tinker's Rainforest Deli stocks catering trays with vegetables, sandwiches, or assorted meats and cheeses that can feed up to 35 partygoers.
12812 Old Glenn Hwy
Eagle River,
AK
US
The team at WakeUp wants to make it as simple as possible for their customers to come in and get coffee. Patrons can call ahead to put in a drink order and save time during morning commutes by skipping the line once they stop in to pick it up. Prepaid drink cards free customers up from counting cash or running a credit card at each visit, and they can even leave the cards at the café for safe keeping. Frequent visitors reap rewards—after every nine drinks purchased they receive one complimentary beverage. The menu is small but diverse. Baristas brew lattes and americanos from Alaska's own Kaladi Brothers Coffee and flavor mochas with white or dark chocolate. Steam continues to annoy gravity by rising from cups of hot tea or apple cider. For breakfast, patrons nibble on muffins or bagels with cream cheese, or munch on breakfast sandwiches such as maple pancake with sausage or croissant with egg, sausage and cheese. A weekly rotating lunch menu has boasted sandwiches such as philly cheesesteaks, salmon chowder, and herb-roasted turkey on a torta roll.
11600 Business Boulevard
Anchorage,
AK
US
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