2250 Old Richardson Highway
North Pole, AK 99705
Fairbanks North Star County
Phone: (907) 488-9808
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12 Mile Road House - About Us
12 Mile Road House is your everyday cocktail lounge. For more information you can contact us by phone.
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by Rachel P. on
It's just what I expected - greasy, greasy, greasy, and cheap. I liked the chili cheese dog, and the onion rings were great, and the Frosted Orange was tasty but gave me a major brain freeze. This place is pretty good, but we couldn't eat that much because we aren't used to so much greasiness in one sitting! Also, the whole 'what'll ya have' thing was a little bit obnoxious, I thought.Owner Reply: Thank you for your review that you posted.
by Skye W. on
I don't understand the hype around 80s Thursdays. I have a friend who loves it there, perhaps it's the cage. Living in the area, I have been curious to venture into Cat Club and check it out. I finally dragged myself there this past Thursday with a couple of friends despite being exhausted from work. I downed a redbull vodka and pulled myself together. I don't understand the cover, it's Thursday, and how cool are you? Cash only. Do you think you are in the mission? The music isn't horrible, but the crowd there is so weird. A mix of people who wanted to be hip in the 80s and a mix of short weirdies. I didn't stay very long, but all in all it was an interesting night. I don't understand the appeal. I've definitely experienced better.Owner Reply: You should have contacted us before leaving the bad review you posted.
by Zina Wittlin on
Barney's this place is not. If you've become accustomed to the creative variety of burgers at that small Bay Area chain, Delux will be somewhat of a disappointment. Like others have mentioned, this place is loud, busy and pricey, but still manages to produce a decent dinner experience. A recent 6:30 Friday evening visit had our party of four waiting for only about 10 minutes before we were seated at the long, narrow community table in the center of the restaurant. Not a bad wait, I'd say. The service was efficient, but friends she certainly did not want to make. Nevertheless, we ordered drinks, fries and burgers and tried to pass the time by talking above, through and around the noise. We were fairly unsuccessful. My qualm came with the bill. The Standard burger is a whopping $9 and the separate basket of fries is an additional $5. That means a burger and split order of fries rings up at a very San Francisco-like $11.50. Yikes! A joint in a strip mall in Phoenix leaves a bit to be desired when contemplating an $11.50 burger. For about the same price, a diner can get a trip to Chelsea's Kitchen up the road. Both have good burgers and Sierra Nevada. One just does it a little better than the other.