While the esophagus and windpipe are prone to traffic jams, the human body has evolved an experimental third passageway that allows one to swallow food while singing Bon Jovi anthems. Make the most of your innards' infrastructure with today's Groupon to Kinley's Restaurant & Bar. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of dinner and drinks.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of lunch and drinks.
Ranked among Gayot's hot ten Anchorage restaurants, Kinley's Restaurant and Bar keeps its cornucopia overflowing with fresh seafood, crisp textures, and innovative arrangements from the imagination of veteran chef and owner Brett Knipmeyer. Launch lunchtime reveries between the focaccia cushions of a crispy onion-crusted chicken breast sandwich ($11) caressed with garlic aioli, dried cherry relish, red onions, greens, and vine-ripened tomato. At the sound of the dinner sousaphone, adventurous appetites can moderate the sweet and savory byplay of bacon-wrapped dates served in lemon garlic butter ($4) before beginning round two with the almond crusted halibut ($26) in its natural habitat of cherry and apple cider beurre blanc, chef vegetables, and basmati rice. The rustic dining room's deep wood flooring and stone facades look best when foregrounded with a glass of 2005 Opolo Grand Rouge ($10.50), a proper pint of Alaskan-brewed beer ($5–7), or a Doom chainsaw in the event of pink demon attacks.
Gayot praises Kinley's Restaurant & Bar's "simplicity and elegance." More than 70 OpenTable reviewers give the restaurant an average of 4.4 stars, and Yelpers give it a four-star average. More than 800 Facebookers like it.
Kinley’s Restaurant & Bar
Kinley's Restaurant & Bar's loyal patrons often confide to owner and head chef Brett Knipmeyer that his almond-crusted halibut all but guarantees return visits. As such, Brett keeps the dish a constant on his menu, which changes twice yearly. He was a semifinalist for the 2013 Best Chef: Northwest James Beard Award and his dishes have earned the eatery a place on Gayot's 2012 Hot 10 Anchorage Restaurants. Named after Brett's daughter, Kinley’s presents vibrantly colored and spiced plates of fish, lamb, duck, and filet mignon. Fresh oysters, ahi tuna, calamari, and crab cakes all find their way onto starter plates, which patrons complement with bottles or flights of wine or with sips from an extensive catalogue of seasonal and specialty beers.
3230 Seward Hwy.
Anchorage, Alaska 99503Get Directions