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Captain Pattie's is where we ate our dinner. If you come to Alaska, you must try the fresh seafood, and at Captain Pattie's you can even eat your own catch! Just bring in your fish (filleted) and they will prepare it (deep fried, charbroiled, or baked) your fish is served with vegetables, rice or fries.
We didn't fish so we ordered off the menu.
The tables are covered with nautical charts, so you won't get lost during your meal.
Captain Pattie's has a comfortable feel, you needn't dress up.
Favorite Dish: There are so many good things on the menu at Captain Pattie's including frsh Halibut, fresh Salmon, King Crab, Alaskan Scallops, Jumbo Prawns, and don't forget the clam chowder.
A wine is suggested for each entree, so if you are not familier with what kind of wine goes with what, life is simple.
Written Jan 20, 2004
Address: 4241 Homer Spit Rd
The Duncan House Diner is my choice for breakfast in Homer. It is located in town on Pioneer Ave, and has a sign that says "Time to Eat" in front.
It is sort of a thrift shop of diners. That sounds wierd! The cups don't match, the napkins are well used and washed maybe a thousand times, the decorations are collectable, and you just don't know what you will find.
Favorite Dish: I usually go to Duncans for breakfast.
Sourdough pancakes, reindeer sausage, or whatever you like to have for the first meal of the day.
Written Jan 20, 2004
Address: West Pioneer Avenue Homer, AK 99603
"Where the Fish comes on a Stick" Well if that isn't a recommendation, I don't know what is.
We were only in Homer for an evening, and didn't sample the fare at this place, so I can't tell you how good it is. But how do you screw up fish and chips?
Favorite Dish: Fish on a Stick. with chips.
Even though we didn't eat here, it smelled wonderful.
The shops are built on piers as this is a tidal area. It is very picturesque, but you will have to get out of your car and walk.
Written Jan 19, 2004
Address: 4287 Homer Spit Rd
I am not exactly sure how a wood fired pizza would taste, but Alaskans like to smoke things, it is a regional custom. So this might be worth trying, we just didn't have time to sample the wares at all the places.
Favorite Dish: Smoked Pizza! A wood stove doesn't mean that the smokey flavor will go into the food, so it probably tastes like pizza you are used to. If you are travelling with children, they will eat pizza, they may not eat the stuff we think is yummy, like halibut.
Written Jan 19, 2004
Address: Homer Spit
The owners of Tutka Bay Wilderness Lodge recommended Cafe Cups to us as a great place for lunch in Homer. As soon as I saw the huge plaster teacups hanging from the rafters outside the front door and the gawdy mosaics and teacup basreliefs, I knew I was gonna love this place.
Favorite Dish: The caesar salad and seafood are all delicious. They also served creative sandwiches and wonderful desserts.
Updated Aug 9, 2005
Address: (907) 235-8858
Phone: (907) 235-8330
Duggans Galley is a great little cafe inside a great Irish Pub. Local and imported live music Friday and Saturday nights and many other nights as well. Located on the Waterfront in Homer the view is awesome! Great place for visitors and locals alike. Pool tables and dart boards make for a pleasant evening. Duggans' Galley offers appetizers from fries to Rocky Mountain Oysters to Calimari and Fresh Local Halibut. Sandwiches and a dinner menu including steaks and seafood as well make it a great place! Breakfast served only on Sunday morning for football untill 2:00 pm.
Favorite Dish: The cheesesteak Hoagie made with fresh Duggans' roasted beef on a fresh baked hoagie served with golden fries or salad makes a great meal- very filling and delicious!
Updated Nov 18, 2002
Address: 120 W. Bunnell St.
This is located right by Land's End and they've come up with their Alaskan version of sophisticated dining. This is NOT rough dining at all but tablecloths & napkins are de rigeur. Due to the recent volcanic activity from Mt Redoubt, a sign was posted on the door of the restaurant asking that patrons make sure the door was closed to prevent Volcanic Ash from entering the building. In early May, the sign was still up even though there was no evidence of ash drifting from the volcano.
Updated May 12, 2009
Address: 4786 Homer Spit Rd, Homer, AK 99603
Phone: (907) 235-0406
So many choices of where to eat. We decided to try El Pescador. We went in, the place was nearly empty, not a good sign. It was well lit and clean. We were seated well in the back, and then ignored for a long time.
We decided that the place just wasn't for us, so we took our leave.
We went to Captain Pattie's instead, and had a wonderful time.
Favorite Dish: We didn't stay to taste the fare, the service was awful, and we just didn't like it.
If you go there, I hope you have better luck.
Written Jan 20, 2004
Address: On the Homer Spit
Phone: (907) 235-9333
You have to take a boat to Halibut Cove--about 8 miles or 35 minutes to get to the Saltry. it was well worth it. The only drawback is they kinda mislead you when they say you can stroll through the art galleries when you are done. There are a total of TWO. You get a hour and a half at the restaraunt and then an hour and a half to stroll till the boat picks you up again.
Favorite Dish: I got the halibut and you just know it was fresh
Written Sep 10, 2007
Address: Halibut Cove
I had seen a good review of Captain Pattie's Fish House on VT and wanted to try it. It is located just to the right of the Central Charter office on Spit Road. I went around 7 PM and had to wait ~20 minutes to get in; however, I got a table by the windows and the view of Tutka Bay was great. I even saw a sea otter swim by on its back.
Favorite Dish: I ordered Pattie's Baked Halibut ($24) and the clam chowder ($4). The chowder was actually only $1.00 since I substituted it for the salad that came with the dinner. Both the halibut and the chowder were quite good.
Updated Nov 25, 2007
Address: 4241 Homer Spit Road, Homer, AK 99603-8034
6 Reviews and 191 Opinions Awesome views. You can cast a line right from the beach.