Norton Sound Seafood House at Ted Stevens Airport is one of a very few "sit down" restaurants that does not project a "bar image."
Norton Sound Seafood House has a full bar; however, we have made it a point NOT to do alcohol when flying, and when flying first class. Alcohol dehydrates, and at 30,000 feet, one needs water and not alcohol.
Norton Sound Seafood House has an inviting sign, an open concept, and Jennifer, who is an excellent server.
I liked the front table area, with a connection to the concourse.
I did not like the uninspired menu that seemed to focus mostly on pub grub and fried fish.
I asked Jennifer for help; her recommendation: a side of “fresh" crab cakes, and a bowl of Halibut chowder. This turned out to be a wonderful meal prior to departure.
I have 25-year-old memories of Anchorage airport. The old airport was small, uninviting, and walking across the road to a gravel rental car lot. Yes, Ted Stevens did much for Anchorage, the Alaska road infrastructure, and Alaska in general.
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