Ahh, Moose’s Tooth. I had heard about this place before we left, and at least three Uber drivers recommended it to us, one stating that they were voted the third best pizza in the United States. Anyway, the hype was great as it ensured that the kids would want to go. Unfortunately with the hype comes crowds. We showed up at 2:30 PM on a Wednesday and there was still a 10 minute wait for tables, but in the end there was no problem. We sat outside, which was nice, but there is also extensive brewpub-like inside seating, as well as a bar in front. Wife sat at the bar while we waited and got a flight while I minded the girls, which frankly I thought was cool; good to see her taking more of an interest. After being seated the service was generally prompt and efficient
Beer list was interesting, divided between the Broken Tooth core lineup and a healthy serving of specials - about 8 of each I think. They offer build your own flights of four; core beers cheaper than specials, of course, although there were only two prices, which meant the special session IPA was the same as the imperial stout; kind of an oddity. Nothing sour or BA on the lineup, but a good mix of stuff in general. I was able to sample a decent selection since my wife let me taste her flight as well. Beer quality was a bout average in general. The Maibock was a standout for me.
In general a good stop. Kids LOVED the Pizza although I thought it was just good - there were definitely some unusual ingredient combinations to have fun with though, and lots of crust, sauce and cheese choices. Beer was decent but the variety kept you busy. Service was good, even after we left - wife left her jacket behind and when I called later they had it and held it up front for me to come pick up. I showed up at 10PM and holy hell the place was rocking with a ton of people still waiting for tables.
This large brew pub offers numerous beers from their Broken Tooth label, named after some particularly craggy mountains. The beers are average and the pizza pretty good. Our service was prompt and friendly on this busy night.
Good food...pretty decent pizza...decent enough beer selection. Great place for a dad to get his craftbeer "and" take the family! I like the décor and the vibe...staff is pretty nice too. Definitely a place to visit if in Anchorage for 2 or more days.
Visited around the barleywine festival, so crowds were no a problem in January. Nonetheless, sat at the bar, easy enough. Service was prompt and very friendly. Locals were also friendly, relaxed. Decent selection of taps on including one seasonal. Tasty pizza. Worth a stop.
For a place that looks suspiciously like a family feedbag restaurant, the vibe is surprisingly warm and friendly and we came twice in our short stay in Anchorage. The pizza and the beer were both excellent. Good variety of brews (and pizzas) too. Seemed always to be packed, popular with locals.
Oakes (818) Vancouver, British Columbia | September 23, 2014
Family feedbag vibe, but it’s always busy, the pizza is good, and they have a lot of beer on tap. Friendly service, and among the taps there’s going to be 6-12 ones worth drinking, depending on how fussy you are. Good stop, and we went there twice in our short visit.
Moose’s Tooth is a great pizza restaurant offering more than a dozen beers from their offsite Broken Tooth brewery. It’s a very popular place, on my first visit I gave up getting a table after 30 min in line. Next time I came 15 minutes after the opening, it filled up quickly and an hour later was packed and very noisy. Not really my kind of place to go for a beer, as it’s very noisy and packed, but it’s still worth a visit to try the excellent pizzas and fairly varied beer selection. Visited: 2014-07-29