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    Tyotkas Elder Center: Wild Salmon Bake

    by AlbuqRay Updated Sep 25, 2007
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    What a great idea! The Kenaitze Indian Tribe's Tyotkas Elder Center has an all-you-can-eat Wild Salmon Bake for $14.99 on certain days during 15 June to 15 August. The times are 6 PM on Thursday-Friday-Saturday and 1 PM on Sunday. Not only do these dinners raise money for the elder center, but I am sure the residents benefit from seeing the visitors and sharing their culture with them. Unfortunately I was not staying in Kenai on Saturday night, but I would have gone if I had been.

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    Louie's Steak and Seafood: Don't Bump Your Head on the Moose Nose

    by AlbuqRay Updated Sep 24, 2007
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    Louie's Steak and Seafood Restaurant in the Uptown Motel was highly recommended. It is on the Kenai Spur Highway near the intersection where the Bridge Access Road goes south. I did not get a chance to eat there but I did stop to take a couple of pictures as I left town. Not only is the food supposed to be good, Louie's is also known for its decor using Alaskan trophy animals.

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    Burger Bus: Good Burgers and Good Value

    by AlbuqRay Updated Sep 23, 2007
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    The burgers at the Burger Bus came highly recommended by the Visitors Center staff. It is just around the corner and across the street. I had seen it when I was doing the walking tour. It turned out they were right. Not only were they good, but they were cheap ($5.95 for a regular burger and fries). I had bought some homemade crackerjacks at the Saturday Market, so I even had dessert. BTW, there is only one table under an awning, so it really is a take out place or eat outside. Everything is made fresh, i.e., you may have to wait a little since they stay busy.

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    Steckel's Kitchen: Jacquie's Home Cooking

    by AlbuqRay Updated Sep 23, 2007
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    Jacquie was cooking for the Red Cabin B&B guests that had been there a while and were leaving soon. Luckily, she also invited me. The meal included baked halibut, grilled salmon, corn on the cob, salad, rice and local flavors of ice cream (Caramel Caribou and Extreme Moose Tracks). Definitely a feast. The view from the dining room table was fantastic too.

    Favorite Dish: The baked halibut was delicious. The sauce had sour cream, mayonnaise and spices. A light colored cheese was melted on top. I ate lots of halibut dishes while I was in Alaska and this was the best one.

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  • Little Skimos is excellent if...

    by kenai Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Little Skimos is excellent if you'd like a sandwich and drink. For an excellent Mexican meal don't miss Don Jose's and if Italian is what you are craving then Pizza Paradisos is wonderful. Summer time the Salmon Barbecues are your best bet for a fresh caught original Alaskan meal and be sure to taste the smoked salmon, there is nothing to compare with it.

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  • Don Jose's: Don Jose's

    by Onion_John Written Aug 24, 2002

    Price is a little high, as is just about everything in Alaska, but the quality and quantity of the food more than makes up for it. Great atmosphere, decorated very southern,light spanish music playing constantly. Owner is there working and often comes out to talk to guests.

    Favorite Dish: Mexican food (just about everything there is good, seafood is excellant)

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    The Salty Dwag Pub: The Salty Dwag Pub

    by victorwkf Written Sep 7, 2002

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    The Salty Dwag Pubat Homer, Alaska

    This was originally a lighthouse located at the Homer spit (second longest spit in the world). It was converted into a pub.

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