The Saltry Restaurant
Book a ride on the Danny J Ferry over to Halibut Cove, tour the local artist galleries and then enjoy an amazing meal at The Saltery Restaurant. Reservations are a must.
Having a meal at the SALTRY involves a boat trip across the Bay. You'll go past Gull Island, and into beautiful Halibut Cove, home to several art galleries. The restaurant is award winning and features much local food.
“Coming from Portland, a total foody-town, we were really spoiled and worried about not finding great spots here at the end of the road - but Fritz Creek Deli and Bakery (which also doubles as a small grocery store , liquor store, video store, and post office) has some of the most AMAZING food. Not just for Alaska - but seriously gourmet food. They have some grab-n-go foods if you want to pack a picnic, you can muscle in on one of their few tables, or take it back home. They have fresh bread and a few fresh fruits and vegetables. Kalliste's favorites are the chocolate eclairs and, on Sundays only, their apple pies. Paul loves their cinnamon roles and fruit gallete. Also: BBQ pulled pork!”
“Take a Kayaking Tour in Kachemak bay! Friendly Guides and Staff, and great way to spend a beautiful day! ”
Point of Interest
“Homer is a great town to get around on a bike. Try the Spit bike path, or East End road.”
“Great coffee, great food (including some very healthy and vegan choices). Michael has won awards for his coffee preparation.”
“Great snowshoeing and cross-country skiing groomed trails. We have extra snowshoes and poles if you'd like to rent them for the day. There's breath-taking views up here and well-behaved dogs are allowed on these trails. ”