“Please fill your Sitzmark!” A common phrase heard in the early days of skiing, the days before groomers, before high-speed quads and before lift lines, when skiing was skiing and nothing more. Built in the 1970’s as part of the Nugget Inn’s slope-side accommodations, the Sitzmark was known as the “hardest working bar in Alaska” because of the amount of guests that would come through during ski season. The Sitzmark at Alyeska Resort has been able to hold on to the nostalgic feeling of what the après ski bar should be; a place where live music, good beer and dining, and great friends all come together to reflect on an incredible day on the slopes.
The dedicated staff serves great food and drinks during the day to skiers and snowboarders in this slope-side restaurant and ski bar, while live music and good vibes flow through the building during the après hours into the evening. The Sitzmark’s newly painted ceiling dubbed the Sitzstine Chapel adds a unique flair to the ambiance of the structure while “the best deck in Girdwood” allows for guests to sit back and enjoy a beverage from our full bar, listen to great live music, and enjoy the view of the surrounding Chugach Mountains.