We made our first visit to Moose's Tooth after we picked up my parents at the airport in Anchorage. It was around 1pm, and the place was packed, but after a quick 15 minute wait we were seated. There are about a thousand choices of pizzas, in addition to make your own. Right after we ordered, I get a call from Bank of America. I go outside to take the call and the 2012 version of the Salem Witch trail begins via cell phone. After 30 minutes of probing questions about my security questions, what purchases I had made where, and being placed on hold only to have my call dropped and to have to begin again, I FINALLY found out that my bank card had been cancelled due to hackers online. 50 or so minutes later, I finally was able to go back into the Moose's Tooth and eat my salad and now stone cold pizza (NO fault of the restaurant!).
Obviously at this point my dining experience was ruined, not by the Moose's Tooth, but by Hacker's Anonymous. That said, even cold it was excellent, so I'm sure that it would have been terrific hot. My wife and my parents said theirs was "excellent" and "superb", and my dad can be a tough person to impress when it comes to pizza. The salad I had was HUGE, and large sodas to boot. The interior decor was warm and dark and very comfortable. Would definitely recommend a visit to the Moose's Tooth when visiting Anchorage!