7 Best Places to Shop in Homer, The Kenai Peninsula and Southcentral Alaska

Bunnell Street Arts Center

The gallery, which occupies the first floor of a historic trading post, showcases and sells innovative Alaskan-made contemporary art. It also hosts workshops, lectures, musical performances, and other community events.

Coal Point Seafood Company

Homer is famous for its halibut, salmon, and Kachemak Bay oysters. For fresh fish, head to Coal Point Seafood Company, which can also package and ship fish that you catch.

Homer's Jeans

This shop offers name-brand outdoor wear in addition to more utilitarian gear. Buy your cute shoes and your hiking boots here.

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Nomar

The company manufactures equipment and clothing for commercial fishermen. Its Homer shop sells PolarFleece garments and other rugged outerwear, plus duffels, rain gear, and children's clothing.

Ptarmigan Arts

A cooperative gallery, Ptarmigan shows photographs, paintings, pottery, jewelry, woodworking, and other pieces by local fine and craft artists.

Salmon Sisters

Created by two sisters who grew up harvesting seafood on Alaska commercial fishing boats, Salmon Sisters is an all-woman-run shop where you can stock up on your filleted, smoked, jarred, or frozen wild Alaska salmon and halibut. They also sell fishing gear and Alaska-made cards, books, and clothing.

The Fringe

Located in the belly of Bunnell, Fringe is a used and new clothing boutique. Its biggest draw are the locally made wearable art pieces that range from groovy hats to clever, funky dresses and linens.

106 W. Bunnell St., Homer, AK, 99603, USA
907-235–4999