Meet our staff!
Leeann Thomas - Proprietor
Leeann Thomas was born and raised in Juneau. She moved to North Idaho for 13 years where she enjoyed small towns, outdoor recreation and even received a college degree between skiing and hiking trips. She moved back in 2000 to buy the Triangle Club and keep the Thomas family tradition going. She is proud to be the third generation Thomas to run the Triangle Club. Leeann enjoys sharing stories about the bar and the history of Juneau with patrons. When not at work you can find her hanging out with her husband and son on their boat the Blue Barley or running with her girlfriends. Her favorite drinks are Alaskan White beer, white wine or a salted-rim Patron margarita.
Karly is a Juneau transplant from Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. Her love for her fiancé and the outdoors is what brought her to Alaska. When she isn’t bartending, you will find her at Sandy Beach with her puppy Dewey or at home researching DIY projects, watching Netflix and chilling. She is new to the bartending scene and loving it. Her favorite drink is a Bloody Caesar.
Marcia grew up in eastern Tennessee and came to Alaska about 15 years ago on a work contract. She said she knew she would never leave the day she stepped off the plane. She fell completely in love with southeast Alaska and loves calling it home. She owns a kayak and enjoys spending time on the water when she can. Her favorite drink is a Moscow Mule with extra lime.
Liz is originally from Iowa but was intrigued by Alaska her entire life. She moved to Juneau from Colorado and considers it home now. She loves the community and everything it has to offer. She is very excited to be part of the Triangle Team. Her favorite drink is the margarita!
Born in Seward, AK and raised in Juneau, Sam enjoys being outdoors and spending time with family. She loves bartending at the Triangle because all the different people she meets and the stories she gets to hear. Her favorite drink is a shaken Duckfart.
Steve has been working in restaurants and bars since the late 70’s, but did not land at the Triangle until 2006. In his free time, Steve enjoys the beauty Juneau offers and loves to hike, sing and play guitar, fish, boat, read and snowshoe. He started working part time at the Triangle to save money for a boat, but continues working to keep that boat running! He enjoys a wide variety of adult beverages, but mostly enjoys getting to know more about the varied leisure travelers, the State Legislature and their staff members, and of course, our local regulars. Prost!