Eclectic Eateries on Alaska’s Playground

The Kenai Peninsula is infamous for a lot of different reasons; Mountains, Glaciers, Wildlife, World Renowned Fishing… the list goes on & on. But lately, we’ve taken a real fixation to the growing number of decadent bistros from town to town. Many are offering a wide variety of healthy, organic, Alaska-grown (& caught) options. And others are just plain chalked full of scrumptious-ness from appetizer to dessert. Below, we will explain our obsession a little bit further with a few recommendations. Just one per town (which was extremely hard to do) but we will dive into more selections per town in upcoming blog posts… so stay tuned!

Kenai, Alaska

Veronika’s Coffee House – “Coffee is ALWAYS a good idea… Life is Simpler with a Cup of Coffee!”


Seward, Alaska

Ranting Raven Bakery & Gifts – “Fresh Baked Pastries that will make your mouth water for hours… and leave you wanting more & more! Delicious Lattes and a Warm & Cozy Atmosphere tucked behind a Quaint Gift Shop!”


Homer, Alaska

The Sourdough Express Bakery & Cafe – “Proudly Serving healthy, hearty Alaskan Cuisine. Focused on local & organic ingredients since 1982.”


Soldotna, Alaska 

The Moose is Loose – “Some of the best donuts, pastries & baked goods in Alaska! Ask anyone you know! This place is a MUST if you are driving through Soldotna. ”


Seldovia, Alaska

Tidepool Cafe & Bookstore – “Creative menu items, local fare, and an artsy atmosphere. It’s hard to beat the fresh options and friendly hospitality that is found at this charming cafe!”


Halibut Cove, Alaska

The Saltry Restaurant – “Art, Food and Coastal Living in Halibut Cove, Alaska. Not to mention, a pretty cool setting and a killer view!”



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