When deprived of flavorful sustenance, the mouth will often retaliate by shouting your bank-account number at sporting events or turning every sentence into a high-pitched jingle. Tame an unruly tongue with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American fare and drinks at Silvertip Grill in Girdwood.
Silvertip Grill titillates tired tongues with a menu founded upon sumptuous sandwiches and handmade sides that is served till midnight, seven days a week. Generally agreed to be the most important meal of the day by three out of four bacon salesmen, breakfast is available all day in the form of french toast served with fruit, yogurt, and granola ($11) or a customizable three-egg omelet paired with potatoes, and an english muffin, biscuit, or locally sourced toast ($11+). Hearty, handheld eats abound with a sandwich selection that boasts a trio of burgers ($10–$14), a barbecue-rib po boy served on a fresh-baked hoagie bun ($13), and a classic club sandwich, that updates the traditional turkey, applewood-smoked bacon, and provolone pairing with a contemporary smattering of avocado spread and homemade sun-dried tomato and macadamia nut pesto ($13.50). Entrees also await after 5 p.m., and include whole ($32) or half-racks ($19) of saucy baby back ribs, and a plate of Indian Valley reindeer-sausage lasagna ($22) makes a perfect dinner choice for an adventurous appetite or staunch Santa-hater.
Located in the heart of downtown Girdwood, Silvertip Grill is home to a quaint family-friendly dining room, friendly staff, and live music on weekends. The grill's hand-built, spruce bar serves about eight beers on tap, approximately 30 varieties of specialty and microbrew bottles, and 10–12 varieties of wine, depending upon the direction of the wind. Imbibe your chosen beverage in the eatery's outdoor beer garden while perfecting your aim with a game of horseshoes or warming your nose beside the cozy fire-pit, often used for the restaurant's pig-roasts and oboe circles.
A quaint, family-friendly eatery ensconced in a deep red, house-like building in the heart of Girdwood’s town square, Silvertip Grill cooks homespun American classics and slakes thirsts with a wide assortment of beer and wine. In addition to timeless dinner entrees such as fish 'n' chips, Silvertip's staff prepares breakfast all day. At the hand-built spruce bar, tenders pour eight beers from the tap and pass out approximately 30 varieties of microbrews and specialty bottles. The libation crew also liquefies stemmed glassware with 10–12 wines. Outside in the spacious beer garden, guests can practice tossing or trying on horseshoes in one of two pits, gather around a fire pit—which is typically used for pig roasts—or dine to the beat of live music on the weekends.
165 Hightower St.
Girdwood, Alaska 99587Get Directions