Known for its kitschy Alaska decor and gold-mining inspired theme, the Sourdough Mining Company in Anchorage, Alaska, has closed its doors.

Anchorage, Alaska.
Anchorage, Alaska.

For 32 years the restaurant served visitors corn fritters and halibut nuggets beneath a high-ceilinged dining room festooned with Alaska icons like a stuffed grizzly bear and gold-mining equipment. The general manager of the restaurant said the restaurant’s highly seasonal business couldn’t maintain a profit. Fans of the Sourdough’s corn fritters need not fret – the GM promised they would make their way to the menu of The Peanut Farm, sister restaurant to the shuttered Sourdough. Read more: adn.com

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