North Slope Restaurant & Sophie's Saloon

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This old-fashioned brew pub was the first in the state, as well as the oldest restaurant in town. A local establishment for a long period of time, diners and staff often reported sighting the apparition of a lady in a yellow dress who vanished around corners. The restaurant is now believed to be closed.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

11501 Old Glenn Hwy
Eagle River, AK
United States

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61.32450489999999, -149.57032960000004
Anchorage County
Nearest Towns:
Eagle River, AK (0.2 mi.)
Knik, AK (10.6 mi.)
Knik-Fairview, AK (13.0 mi.)
Anchorage, AK (13.2 mi.)
Point MacKenzie, AK (13.7 mi.)
Wasilla, AK (18.3 mi.)
Big Lake, AK (18.6 mi.)
Gateway, AK (20.3 mi.)
Meadow Lakes, AK (20.8 mi.)
Lakes, AK (21.4 mi.)


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