One thing that never changes is the need to eat when we are away from home. This
is where you are lucky as Homer is home to many fine restaurants offering everything from local
seafood's to chinese and mexican foods too. Here is a list of out all time favorite places to eat
in Homer Alaska.
Restaurants in Homer Alaska
The home spun cafe' and unique local cuisine is just one more reason that Homer tops the list
of destinations on the Kenai Peninsula. What you will read here is our personal favorites and not
an all out review of all the places to eat in Homer as we still have a few yet to try. But that
being said, here it is, our list of Best Places To Eat in Homer AK.
Best Places To Eat in Homer AK
When we head off to Homer we always make our way to the Homer Spit for a stroll along the beach
capped off with some window-shopping in the gift shops and fishing charters along the boardwalk.
Read our favorite list of restaurants in Homer Alaska and see where and what the locals like to
eat. Great restaurants and cafe's in Homer AK serving favorites like Alaskan seafood and pizza too.
Fresh Catch Cafe on the Homer Spit, this excellent family owned and operated
restaurant serves up some of Homer's finest Alaskan cuisine from a location in the heart of Homer's
most visited and scenic waterfront destination. While the food borders upon great it is a bit on
the expensive side. The view from restaurant is nothing short of awesome! Our go to place for fish & chips
when having lunch on the Homer Spit.
Right before you drive onto the Homer Spit you see a lighthouse on the right side of the road,
next to it is what our son believes to be the Best Pizza in Homer and possibly in all of Alaska.
We're talking about the icon of Alaska pizza found inside of Starvin Marvin's Pizza.
Inside dining is accompanied by seating overlooking an amazing view of the Homer Spit and the beaches
of Kachemak Bay.
While shopping along the Homer Spit Boardwalk we suggest you try the very popular Boardwalk
Fish & Chips if seating is available. This place is so popular that it can be a bit
of a wait during the busiest times of the summer. It's worth it! Immerse yourself in the allure
of a seaside retreat and enjoy some outstanding halibut and chips, clam chowder or select the bratwurst
or bacon cheeseburger if you choose. There all very good and the prices are affordable too.
Two Sisters Bakery in Old Town
Homer is one of those "Must
Try" dining destinations that few visitors
will hear about. Two Sisters Bakery is popular with locals for both eat in and take to the beach
meals and snacks. Located just steps away from the spectacular Bishops Beach in Homer. Classy and
chik healthy dining is what comes to mind when thinking about Two Sisters Backery in Homer Alaska.
AJ's OldTown Steakhouse & Tavern in Old Town Homer is another locals hangout
and offers some of the best lunch and dinners in town. AJ's OldTown Steakhouse & Tavern is located
across from the Driftwood Inn in Homer. The Driftwood Inn also offers a small RV park that is popular
with Alaskans looking for a quieter place to stay but is also quite expensive.
Homer, Alaska is the Kenai Peninsula's second largest city with a population of around 5,400 residents.
Homer is widely known for it's local artists, Alaskan art galleries, the Pratt
Museum, and the new visitors center complete with an must see Islands & Ocean
Visitor Center complete with interpretive trails on the Center's 60 acre site.
Homer is also the Halibut fishing cap Homer is complete without trying the renowned halibut fishing
that draws so many happy anglers to this picturesque little seaside town every summer. North
Country Charters, our preferred charter in Homer, has been offering halibut fishing trips out
of the Homer Small Boat Harbor since 1978. Let their professional halibut fishing guides make your
fishing charter the best charter you have ever experienced.