The aksupperclub is open 7 days a week for your dining pleasure and is located in The Great House Lodge on Chautauqua's grounds. We invite both locals and tourist alike to come and enjoy this unique dining experience. Come, relax in our very comfortable family style, 12 seat dining area. Enjoy the breath taking views while taking pleasure in our 4 course gourmet meals. Each course is paired with wine which is optional. aksupperclub features live local entertainment, which resticts anyone 20 years of age or younger from attending.
The menus are seasonal, and meals are finalized hours before dining time to bring you the freshest ingredients. All seafood used in aksupperclub's kitchen is strictly from Anchor Point Seafood's. Anchor Point Seafood's is also owned by Paul and Angela Warner, who take pride in providing fresh, wild Alaskan seafood for their aksupperclub. APSF's products come from the pure waters of the Cook Inlet and surrounding waters. This renewable resource is delivered
Established in 2011.
aksupperclub conception has come from many different experiences and travels the Warner Family has experienced. The Warner Family bring to it's guest warmth, friendliness and professional service.
Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 130.9 Sterling Hyw, Ninilchik, AK, 99639
Hotels in Ninilchik, AK
- Mon: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Tue: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Wed: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Thu: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Fri: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Sun: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1. Moria R.
I enjoyed Mother's Day this year with Angela and Paul Warner at the aksupperclub in The Great House Lodge. Wonderful food and service with a breathtaking view. I recommend aksupperclub and The Great House Lodge for any occasion. I will be going back for their cooking courses in the future. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy...
17/05/12 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Heather T.
We had an excellent night of food, wine, and company. The food was the best I've had on the peninsula and the presentation was absolutly beautiful!!! We so enjoyed when Paul and Angela came out and visited us, it was a wonderful night!!! CHECK OUT THIS HIDDEN GEM!!!!!
23/12/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Lara M.
Treat yourself to an amazing dining experience. The ambiance combined with gourmet food, excellent wine pairings and breathtaking views of the inlet all make this for a one of a kind dining treat. It's the perfect setting for a romantic dinner and a great place to have parties and enjoy a fun filled ladies night. They are versatile and unique. I can't wait to go back.
06/11/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Dale B.
I had a phenomenal dinner recently at Aksupperclub in Ninilchik, Alaska. We had a delicious appetizer course, salad course, entrée, dessert and coffee courses with wine, and beer pairings. Paul asked before we arrived and had artisan locally brewed beer for one friend that didn't care for wine. The club provided an intimate seating-no more than 12 diners at a time for you and your friends and family. I can recommend the club for a spectacular evening of gastronomic pleasure. Leave yourself plenty of time. You shouldn't hurry through a work of art. And consider staying over the night at the lodge and enjoy a hearty breakfast the next morning, if rooms are available.
25/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Cameron B.
I live in Houston, TX--one of the world's best cities for fine dining--and come to Alaska almost every summer. I can say without reservation that AK Supper Club exceeds anything available in Houston, both on conventional criteria and on criteria for which it wouldn't even be appropriate to assess restaurants in Houston--because you're sitting around a table with a few other interesting people in one of the most beautiful places on earth and have such intimate access to the congenial, fascinating, and incredibly skilled chef, with a complete and total lack of pretension.
Assessing the food alone, it would stand against almost anything available in Houston, excelling in some ways because the ingredients themselves (never-frozen wild caught Alaska seafood, just-shucked Alaskan oysters, freshly-picked wild Alaskan berries, herbs, and mushrooms) are unavailable elsewhere in such condition.
Preparation and presentation rival any high-end restaurant in any of the major world cities. There are no lines, no snooty waiters, and you'll feel just as home if you show up in a tailored suit as if you show up in jeans and a t-shirt after a hiking or fishing expedition. This isn't molecular gastronomy, fine; but it is the highest dining with a deep respect for ingredients and preparation.
You receive a personalized menu, personalized courses and pairings (upon request), often served by the chef's wife or other family members (who are extremely friendly and interesting). Dinner usually consists of multiple courses, each with a wine or beer pairing as you request. I highly recommend the oyster dinner; this man does things with oyster shooters (sake-base, friends, sake!) and oysters rockefeller that you will not believe.
The intimacy and complete lack of pretension are what make this place stand out in my mind. If you want to walk back into the kitchen and ask the chef a question, feel free. If you want to try one of the ingredients and have its properties explained to you by the chef, expect satisfaction. If you want to take a break between courses to go play ping-pong downstairs or have a hike on their bluff overlooking Cook Inlet, where on a clear day you can see glacier-topped active volcanoes a hundred and fifty miles away, whales breeching, fireweed blooming--you can do that too.
This kind of experience isn't available elsewhere. The closest approximation would cost me $500 or more per person, whereas you can attend AK Supper Club for a tiny fraction of that. Not only have some of the best dinners of my life been enjoyed at AK Supper Club, but also some of the most rewarding conversations. This is not only worth a six-hour drive down from Anchorage to enjoy, it's almost on its own merits worth a flight from the Lower 48.
I don't know what else to say except that you should go right now, as quick as you can. It's all I can do to not go buy a ticket to go right back to Alaska right now!
29/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0