10352 Kenai Spur Highway
Kenai, AK 99611
Phone: (907) 283-6060
Fax: (907) 283-3874
10352 Kenai Spur Highway, Kenai, AK, US, 99611
- Phone: (907) 283-6060
- Fax: (907) 283-3874
Bars & Cafes
Kincaid Grill serves a wide assortment of seafood such as shrimp, scallops, salmon, halibut and oysters. The decor of the restaurant ranges from a display of classic undertones and an unabashed elegance. The white linen and the dainty silverware complete the vintage look. The waitstaff is exceptional in their service and always around when you need them. Kincaid Grill is also well stocked with a credible selection of beer and wines.
Hanging plants, booths framed in chrome pipe, a neat-as-a-pin dining area and a friendly wait staff all add up to a pleasant dining experience. Twelve Chinese dinner combinations, 19 appetizers and more single items than can be mentioned, provide for a wide range of Chinese dinner options. Fish and chips, chicken strips and fried oysters, as well as spaghetti and meatballs, veal cutlet, New York steak, hamburgers and salads provide the American side of the kitchen. Both beer and wine are served by the glass.
A view of Lake Spenard awaits you from the broad deck just off the open-air lounge next door. Dominating the breakfast menu is a wide array of three-egg omelets, stacks of flapjacks and Eggs Benedict with a thin slice of salmon. Lunch starts with the daily soup and sandwich special or variety of burgers and pasta dishes. If you are searching for a dinner spot, come in and try the Blackened Halibut entrees and salmon specials. It has a full cocktail bar.
Located in the Millennium Hotel, Fancy Moose Lounge offers locals and tourists alike a nice meal and a great drink. Enjoy a beer on the patio and overlook the beautiful scenery. Clients are typically casually dressed business people. Dishes include hot wings, burgers, salads and pizza.
Each of this cafe's three locations has the same flair for service and atmosphere. A convenient drive-up window at this location gathers quite a lot of business, but if you pop in, you can enjoy the peace and quiet of its small round tables made of shiny chrome. Espressos, lattes, mochas, and granitas are all available. Muffins, bagels, and pre-made deli sandwiches made locally and fresh daily, are available.
A real Alaskan experience, this restaurant has scads of memorabilia on its walls and in displays. President Carter and the first lady once ate here while passing through Anchorage. Down-to-earth, friendly Alaskans - who are happy to share what they know of Alaska - operate this restaurant. Meals are served all day, and you may expect large Alaskan portions. Have your omelet with reindeer sausage, or a grilled halibut sandwich for lunch. Dinner options include barbecued salmon, and wine and beer is available.
Choose from the typical espresso, cappuccino and latte offerings combined with dessert options of cheesecake, baklava and several varieties of pie. Seeking something stouter? It offers Reubens, Pastramis and more. Sandwiches are available to go; frequent customers come in for their morning boost then head to work with a sandwich in hand. Juices are available, but there is no alcohol served. On weekend evenings, live bands play jazz, folk, rock and classical music here.
Try the Scampi Fritti appetizer, a delectable mix of red pepper and cream cheese or their pizzas, which have crispy crusts and are topped with the place's unique recipe of tangy stewed tomato sauce and a variety of toppings. The immense entrees (served with soup or salad) determine your lunch for the next day (or possibly two) and include a Involtini di Pollo with Prosciutto Formaggio, Spaghetti alla Siciliana, Home style Ravioli and more. Full service bar is on site. The restaurant is open daily.
A smokers paradise, the Down East Saloon has amazing and rare drinks on offer. The place is done so that the ambiance is electric and fun to spend an evening in. There are some live band performances and gigs on regular basis, specially on the weekends that make for fun times. However, this bar permits smoking on the premises and lots of locals indulge, so if you are not fond of smoking, stay away.
With an array of exciting themed nights, a delicious assortment of filling snacks, big TV screens to indulge the sports lover in you: Eddie's Sports Bar certainly stands out from the rest of its kind. Munch on crispy cheese sticks, a delectable platter of meat, vegetables, cheese, bread and sauce, mouthwatering sandwiches and lip-smacking desserts as you catch your favorite sports. During weekends guests are treated to special breakfasts featuring generous portions of fresh fries, omelets and succulent meat. Also, on offer is a variety of music programmes including live acts and gigs to add to the overall entertainment quotient.
If the coffee does not wake you up, the decor will. Two stories of colorful fun, the downstairs is painted blue and yellow and the upstairs is a mix of primary colors, all topped by changing art displays. Here, regulars and tourists meet, searching for their morning buzz. Its baked goods come from the local French Oven and include Bagels, Scones , and biscottis. A full service espresso and coffee counter offers lattes and house coffee.
If you like to sip on some brew as you tap your feet to good music, this is where you should be! The Tap Root Café is famous for its extensive assortment of exquisite spirits: mead, wine, brews on tap among others. The fare served is modest, with plenty of vegetarian options,and gives you something to savor while you're enjoying a gig or a music performance. This is a good place to chat with friends, although the service could be a little more fast and friendly. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.