My travel companion had the red deer and I had the halibut. Both were phenomenal...although I did slightly prefer the halibut. Party of two, the above listed entrees, no alcohol but a shared dessert...approx $75.
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Pump House was recommended by a local. My husband's lobster risotto was good. I had St. Louis ribs, which arrived drenched in paprika. It was not good. The carrots served ith it were so hard I could barely cut them. The waiter, who was attentive, apologized and took care of it. Hopefully the chef will go with a different seasoning... More
We were recently in Fairbanks on vacation and were celebrating our 36th anniversary. We chose the Pump House after reading reviews on Trip Advisor. The restaurant was rustic and elegant at the same time. The menu was varied and the wine list was really good. The server got off to a slow start but after serving our cocktails he got... More
Fairly wide-ranging menu including numerous seafood options. Tends toward "heartier" fare with cream sauces, deep fried options, but you can seek out simpler or lighter fare. If weather permits, enjoy sitting on the deck right at the river's edge. Extensive bar.
We ate at the Pump House after arriving in Fairbanks after a long flight from the lower 48. We had no reservations, but were seated right away. The Pump House is a cozy place with lots of interesting memorabilia, including dog sleds on the ceiling. We all had good meals--well-prepared, and those who had fish were especially happy. We had... More
I have been to Pump House several times over the years with a variety of friends. Always a great dinner. The menu item that keeps drawing me/us back is King Crab Legs. Always the best....!
For you other winter travelers, they are closed during the month of January. We heard so many great things both online as well as from locals about this place! Wish we'd been able to try it out but really just wanted to share this info for you other winter travelers, as many places in Fairbanks close for winter.
Great location to sit on the deck and enjoy a cold drink. Watch the stern wheel paddle boat cruse by with all of the tourist waving and snapping photos. It can get busy in tourist season so plan ahead.
Depending in chef they have, it's possible to be completely satisfied or wonder why you did waste your money. The place is tourist-oriented so you pay for history and experience, too. We ate really tasty things there on some occasions and were totally disappointed on others. I like the bar more - the setting is a city-like one, more stylish,... More
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How far are you from The Regency Fairbanks Hotel. How long will a taxi take and roughly how much the fare?
Thanks Alex (uk)
Ps Any dress code?