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Bear Tooth Theatrepub

Not Rated.
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BA SCORE
93
outstanding

13 Ratings
Ratings: 13
Reviews: 6
rAvg: 4.25
pDev: 12.47%
Taps: 10
Bottles: 1
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Bar, Eatery ]

1230 W 27th Ave
Anchorage, Alaska, 99503-2319
United States
phone: (907) 276-4200

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(Place added by: AKBelgianBeast on 01-06-2008)
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5/5  rDev +17.6%

A very cool place! A great place to eat, drink and see a movie. How many places can you do that? Not many.

They feature Mooses Tooth beer which is always a good choice. They have a full range from lagers to IPA's. The Mooses Tooth brewery is just a few miles away so it's always fresh. If you choose to watch a movie you can purchase a brew and drink it during. They also have Mooses Tooth pizza, some of the best pizza ever, and a full menu as well.

I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking for a great time!

Ryan1423, Nov 26, 2011
Photo of irishevans
3.8/5  rDev -10.6%

the sibling of the Moose's tooth. the Bear tooth is a rather unique place, with an atmosphere all it's own to go with each section of the establishment. the bar/grill side was the after work shift beer joint for myself and my good friend Post when we were working for a landscaping company who's shop is just down Northern lights Blvd. from there. the bar side at least at that time of day is a bit busy, and if we got off the slightest bit late there was sure to be no seating. never the less loud and packed as it may be, the bar is a nice welcoming place, and the staff treats everyone with equal respect, from the filthiest construction working punk rockers, to the most uptight suits. then there is the cafe' type area where you can be under 21 and still go for a bite, I don't know much about that area, as I never have any reason to go there, but it seems more quite and laid back than the bar, what a suprize right? anyway last but not leas there is the theater. stadium seating like any theater, but with long narrow tables in front of you and a bar in the rear of the down stairs (the upper balcony is for under 21 folk) also there are private booths in the back you can reserve in advance for $20 a four person booth or $10 for a two person. if you reserve a booth you get to bypass the line and get first crack at the bar line. also prior to the start of the movie, and maybe during but i don't know on that, you can order food and they deliver it to you while the movie is playing. the films are not first run and sometimes even old. last summer for example they were running old classics on thursday nights, and I reserved a booth for both "A Clockwork Orange" and the original Australian cut of "Mad Max". as far as the food goes, from the bar/grill, I highly recommend the calamari. on the other side they have grand pizza and burritos. the specials should never be over looked either as they tend to employ some rather good up and coming, creative cooks.

irishevans, Jun 02, 2010
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4.14/5  rDev -2.6%

My C/S host was fading and I was coming on, so she recommended that I walk over here, although it would be the same beers as at Moose's Tooth that afternoon. Baby, you were crashing and I was in champion drinking mode! Further, my focus has always been on places vice beers. I drank Rolling Rock for years, endlessly. I could definitely hang out and drink at a new place.

As I walked up, I noticed that it was a long, narrow building running East/West along West 27th Avenue with a long window front and the B & G entrance nearer the East end. The m.d.s. was at a slight L-oblique. Booths ran along the windows all along the length of the building with standard tables and chairs center. A low, undulating, eggnog-colored cement wall separated the restaurant area from the bar area. Further, a snaking, undulating mosaic ran along the floor between the wall and the bar. The kitchen was to the extreme left. The polished, laminated, "J"-shaped bar ran along the right side with the lavs just past the end of the bar.

I had a good time hanging out with the fellows at the end of the bar. They were a group on a hiatus from working up in the oil fields. Here is some advice from them: Time to a Japanese person equals death. NEVER give a Japanese person a clock/watch as a gift.

Same beers as at Moose's Tooth. IPA remained a favorite.

woodychandler, Dec 25, 2009
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Bear Tooth Theatrepub in Anchorage, AK
93 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.