10352 Kenai Spur Highway
Kenai, AK 99611
Phone: (907) 283-6060
Fax: (907) 283-3874
Each of its locations offer an amazing variety of merchandise accompanied by superb customer service. The store contains a complete grocery section, sporting goods department, clothing and shoe department, a garden center, and pharmacy and jewelry departments. One will also find a home improvement department, Vista Optical branch, ATM and branch office of Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, a wide variety of home electronics and full deli counter. It now offers a self-check option where the entire purchase is done by the customer; it is much faster.
This is a favorite store because of its name brand selections and factory outlet prices. Whatever you are looking for—chances are—it is here. Name brands such as Calvin Klein, Jones New York, Nine West, Perlina, Preview, Ann Taylor, DKNY, Woolrich, All That Jazz, Givenchy, Franco Sarto and others are offered at 25%-60% off. Do not shop till you drop; it's easy to stop for an hour to refuel. Just across the street is a terrific Thai restaurant, Siam Cuisine that offers a lunch buffet.
This formal wear store carries a complete line of tuxedos and accessories such as ties and cuffs, as well as many shirts, vests, socks and shoes. In addition to sizes from 3-64, the owners offer custom fitting and one-hour or next-day service. Tuxedos, business and regular suits are available and it rents or sells brands such as Oscar de la Renta, Raffinati, Bill Blass, Christian Dior, After Six, Dynasty, Pierre Cardin and Yves St. Lauren.
A Microsoft Certified solutions provider, this company offers a warm and friendly staff and in its showroom, extensive hardware and software selections and stock by Okidata, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, NEC, Compaq and Canon. Printers, laptop and desktop computers are available for rental or purchase. Service specialists on staff will handle in-house servicing, repairs, networking, and technical service as needed. Ask about the availability of network administration contracts. Bring your needs to the professionals.
Dimond Center calls itself "Alaska's Favorite Mall" for a reason. Stores include Butterfields, Ritz Cameras, Gottschalks, Gap and Baby Gap, Old Navy, Northern Reflections, Track & Trail, Footlocker, the Walt Disney store and more. Several restaurants as well as candy shops and pretzel stands tempt the serious shopper. For sports and exercise try the Dimond Center Athletic Club (complete with two pools, racquetball courts, a weight room, and nautilus equipment), or the ice-rink. Visitors can also catch a movie at Dimond Center 9 Cinemas. Credit card acceptance policies vary by store.
This full-service grocery store was newly purchased from the Safeway grocery store chain. The owners believe in pursuing a tradition of small town customer service by providing quality produce, a full-service bakery and the best meats. The store also has floral arrangements, a small garden section and a liquor store, just next door . At the east end of the Dimond Center it provides convenient shopping following a movie, bowling, ice skating or the workout that can be found inside this mall.
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.
Just across the parking lot from the Great Harvest Bread Company, and sharing a door and wall with Cafe Amsterdam, this European pastry shop carries an assortment of cookies, tarts, chocolate truffles, torts, danishes, tarts, flans, cakes, eu clairs, muffins, turnovers and pies. Special orders are welcome, and the pastry chefs will create a variety of cakes for special events or weddings. Available for some catering; inquire about pricing and availability.
Filled to the brim, but tidy and charming too, this old house has been beautifully restored and houses an antique shop. You will find hand-stitched wall hangings, embroidered dish towels with the days of the week on them, old copper wash bins, old watering cans for wildflower arrangements, hankies, stools and wheel barrows to use inside or out. Quilts decorate the quilt stands and drape over an old four-poster bed. Closets throughout the shop are cracked to offer a peek of hanging linens.
A tiny little house in the corner of a huge parking lot, this property is one of four city-wide locations. Against the odds of a recent increase of an additional USD1 per pack state tax on cigarettes, this company continues to provide quality tobacco products to its patrons. Selling cigars by Partags, Baccarat, Macanudo as well as pipes and pipe tobacco, snuff, all major brands of cigarettes and lighters; it is a one-stop place for tobacco users.
With more than 11,000 square feet and 125,000 titles, this shop has every category and subject covered. Books, both new and used, are stocked here and it offers a generous trade-in policy. The large online store selection offers many of the books via the Internet and shipping is available to anywhere in the world. Perhaps its best feature for the Alaskan visitor is the wealth of Alaskana titles at reasonable prices. Make sure to stop and talk with the knowledgeable staff.
Step into the soothing sound of "tick-tock" from many clocks. A small shop, the edge is ringed with glass cases holding music boxes, jewelry, pocket watches and a few wrist watches, while the center is lined by back-to-back eight-foot and smaller grandfather clocks. The "Grandfathers'" shiny faces seem to peer down at you with varying styles of revolving suns and moons while their pendulums sweep widely back and forth. The owner and operator, always available, will be happy to discuss the creation and maintenance of the many pieces.