Henry's Great Alaskan Restaurant



Henry's cozy booth





ship wheel

 Morsel  of the Month
- March  '08-


Alaskan artifacts

Artwork  , Artifacts and Culinary Art
--all under one roof!

wine kegs in lobby of Henry's Great Alaskan






Henry's is a unique experience because they have managed to flawlessly blend upscale cuisine with a diverse, comfortable atmosphere. Enjoy indescribably delicious food in your jeans after work or in a suit and tie on that special night. It all works at Henry's!

dance floor amid artwork at Henry's

The open, airy interior hosts high-back booths which offer great privacy. Located at 'ten o'clock'is a good sized bar area. Behind that is a spacious dance floor in an area adorned with coveted artwork. The main dining area is spacious and spotlights an open, immaculate kitchen. There is a smaller, separate dining area as well as a room for private parties and a patio.

smiling server at Henry's restaurant



The employees at Henry's are hardworking, professional and talented.

"Any one of my cooks could run a restaurant kitchen to chef level" -- Chef Roger

cooked king crab legs

chef cutting salmon



The Alaskan King Crab served at Henry's is caught by their very own, Chef Roger...straight from the boat to you!



Owner Raymond Le Grue is not only a seasoned restaurateur, but also a connoisseur / collector of fine Alaskan art and artifacts. The walls and showcases of the Anchorage Henry's boast many fine pieces that Ray cherishes by artists such as John Webber; Candy Hodgkins; Harvey Goodale; Tom D. Hunt and Benny Benson. Ask him about them -- he'd love to give you a tour! Many collectors seek him out in hopes of acquiring some of his gems. The Anchorage Museum of History and Art even sends students over for tours! His wife, Rene' Le Grue, has also added her artistic flare to the walls of Henry's.


     This leg is nearly 1 pound! weighing an Alaskan King Crab leg


flames as a chef is cooking




Henry's kitchen is...HOT! HOT! HOT!


Executive Chef Roger Mumm graduated from Horst Mager Culinary Institute in Portland, Oregon. He honed his education in Italy and Germany and went on to become a sous chef for NASCAR . His parents were the original owners of the famous 'Ringside' steakhouse in Portland, so the industry is in his blood since his youth. Now Roger brings his extensive knowledge to Anchorage, serving up delectable dishes at Henry's.




large selection of beer on tap


Henry's Great Alaskan Restaurant
8001 Old Seward Highway, Anchorage, AK 99518
 (907) 770-0500


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