Ask any true Alaskan where to get coffee in Anchorage and they will say “Anywhere that has Kaladis.” Or at least they should. We’re very big on local products: locally grown food, handmade jewelry, even locally roasted coffee, which is what Kaladi’s is all about. There is a few other coffee places around that are more familiar to non-locals, such as Starbucks, but no one goes to those places as much as they go to any Kaladis-serving cafe.
There are also a lot of those little drive up places on the side of the road, driving from my house to where I worked one summer, depending on the route, you would pass at least three or four of those little shacks. And most of them serve what? Kaladis.
I also love Kaladis because they sell their stuff to take home, or to school in NY, not just their fantastic mochas or cranberry-raspberry tea drinks, aptly nicknamed by friends, A Kick In The Face.