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.


Gena Grobarek: phone: (907) 518-1888

Offering homemade old-timey raised donuts cooked at the market for an unbelievably fresh experience.  Flavors range from simple glazed to whimsical dessert style donuts integrating local and seasonal flavors.  Also available are fresh baked goods including gluten-free treats!  Special orders available. Gigi will be offering farm fresh seasonal meals for the 2016 season.

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.

King's Kitchen
Chaz Meredith: phone: 299-7062; email:
Gourmet french pressed KBay coffee, Rhubarb lemonade, hot cocoa and a variety of fresh baked goodies.

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!

Food Vendors

Farmers Market

Homer, Alaska