Alibi Café
Megan Palma: phone: 235-9199 
Halibut Tacos! fresh, local halibut, topped with homemade guacamole, homemade pico de gallo, shredded red cabbage, and homemade "Baja" sauce. Served with fresh lime wedges. Featuring "Hooked" Fish Spike- invented and hand mixed at the Cafe. The mix is used to season the Cafe's halibut tacos, but has a nice bold flavor perfect for all fish.


Willy Nye:

"A different kind of byte features locally handmade spicy Italian sausage grinder sandwiches and Matchstick Cut Fried Potatoes." 

Granma's Jam
Suzi Pullen: phone: 235-6338
Homemade jams and jellies with local berries.  Come try a taste. 

Hena's Salsa
Hionia Konev
Wonderful homemade salsa along with Golden Raspberry starts and berries when in season.

His and Hers Baking

Tessa Drais:  phone: 907-399-8377



Our intention is this to offer high quality baked goods, using local products whenever

possible. Now offering an assortment of Gluten-Free and Vegan items.

Kettle Corn
Kat Simonson: phone: 651-249-3378
Slightly sweet gourmet kettle popped corn. "Hand Batched Fresh" from giant mushroom

corn.  Featuring yellow & white cheddar and a Flavor of the Week!  Call for special orders.

Stowaway Coffee & Tea
Lynsey Stow: phone: 299-7869;
Instagram: stowawaycafe
As a summertime offshoot of our Cafe (which can be found out

East End Road), we offer handcrafted slow-brew Organic Kaladi Coffee

using the pour over and French press methods. We also have iced

lavender tea, a different flavored lemonade each week, and tasty baked


Sweet Berries
Marsha Rouggly: 235-2973
Jams and jellies made from wild and local fruits and berries and organic sugar. Featuring habanero-jalapeno apple jam!

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