only open in the summer. directly across the street from Silver Gulch and down the street from Turtle Club. Â A great Fairbanks night out might include dinner and amazing beer at Silver Gulch then cross the street for a lively (very busy on weekends) night of dancing like a hippie, playing (or watching) volleyball out back and drinking strong drinks. Â theres also pool tables, fussball and food. the place is very interestingly decorated in Alaskan type decor and bras/panties hanging from the ceiling. its Alaska people....
only downside is finding a way home after since its out of town. a cab into downtown would probably cost maybe $30.
biggest weekends i would imagine are Food Stock (in June maybe??) and Halloween. pretty sure they close for season not long after that.
I didn't have any food or drinks here but the blues music on Thursday nights are amazing. It sounds like the jazzy blues of New Orleans. The Raines Brothers are a must see in Fairbanks. Lots of people having a good time dancing the west coast swing on the floor.
The only thing that I would change about the place is to make it smoke free.
The burgers and fries are fantastic, the servings are not small at all, worth the $8 ! The atmosphere is similar to many other Alaskan bars I've been to, the tables are carved into with names and such, the walls are covered in... everything Â (airplane doors, flags, signed dollar bills). Â I like the atmosphere, food and drink selection.Review Source: