From what we've seen so far of Alaska cuisine this might be worth four stars on a relative scale. Good beers on tap (if you don't like hoppy beers the Homer Brewery lager is very good) and a handful of drinkable wines. At 7:30 they were out of the peel and eat shrimp but had most everything else. Salads were very fresh and had tasty lettuce and vegetables. Mains were the salmon and halibut duo on quinoa (OK -- the red salmon a bit dry, the quinoa topped with boiled cabbage and an overly heavy creamy sauce) and the king crab risotto topped with halibut which was cooked perfectly, well seasoned and delicious. Desserts were a very good rhubarb crisp and their signature bread pudding, which is a massive block of somewhat soggy pudding with a big dollop of salted vanilla ice cream on top. I think there is a chef here who is willing to experiment and who is producing some hits and misses. I suspect this is one of the better spots in Homer just because he/she is pushing the envelope a bit.
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