The Homer restaurant and food scene reflects the region’s bounty of fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients. From fish taco trucks to upscale restaurants showcasing gourmet Alaskan cuisine, Homer’s culinary landscape delights visitors. With its diverse flavors and authentic charm, Homer is a haven for food enthusiasts seeking a taste of the Last Frontier. Whether you’ve been out on the saltwater fishing, or spent the afternoon on a wildlife tour, Homer offers an array of dining options to satisfy every palate.

Breakfast and Lunch

You’ll find some of the best bagels in Alaska at the corner of East End Road and Kachemak Drive at The Bagel Shop. They offer incredible bagels, lox, soups and more.

Wild Honey Bistro, Homer’s own crêperie, is open for breakfast and lunch. They use locally sourced ingredients and offer decadent sweet and savory crepes as well as an assortment of baked goods and coffee.

Bar and Grills on the Spit

While you’re taking in the incredible ocean and mountain views from the Homer Spit, you can’t miss the iconic, Salty Dawg Saloon. This historical cabin was built in 1897 and has been a family home, post office, school, grocery store and now is home to the infamous bar. Their merchandise is very popular among local Alaskans as is attaching a $1 bill to the wall of the establishment.

If you’re looking for seafood and burgers on the strip, stop at Harbor Grill Seafood and Steak. They have a great Alaska themed cocktail menu and  innovative, indulgent dishes showcasing locally sourced seafood.

Homer Restaurants

Work up an appetite while whale watching on our Seldovia Wildlife Tour!


AJ’s Steakhouse is a popular dinner choice for steak, sandwiches, burgers and fish and chips. Large groups should make reservations ahead of time.

The Chart Room at the Land’s End Resort on the Homer Spit stands out as an  upscale dining option. Their menu is brimming with fresh salads and an extensive selection of Alaskan seafood, cocktails, and locally brewed beer. It is also a great place to stay in Homer.

Fat Olives is another popular eatery in Homer known for their wood-fired pizza, steaks, and sandwiches. Additionally, they offer an assortment of beer and wine. Fat Olives is a great choice for groups. Their menu offers a nice variety and all is tasty,

The Kannery Restaurant should be noted for their commitment to serving seafood that is sustainable and not caught by trawling. We highly recommend a visit for some quality seafood.

With its bustling community, diverse outdoor activities, and coastal charm, Homer promises an unforgettable experience.  And for food lovers, Homer restaurants, celebrated for  fresh seafood and ingredients add an extra layer of delight to this Alaskan gem.