Bunnell Street Arts Center
Located adjacent to Wild Honey Bistro, this non-profit arts center features a free gallery, monthly artist's reception, and an Artist in Residence program. It is a "venue for intimate salon concerts, readings, theater, dance and film on a monthly basis."
Bunnell gallery is the real thing for local art. It supports struggling artists and established stars equally, and not just in the season. They teach in the schools and donate to local causes. Going there is a sure way to see great local art of all kinds, there is simply no one genre there.
Diverse arts including some wares by local artists. "Bunnell Gallery" as its known is located in "Old Town" the original main street of Homer. This is adjacent to the Wild Honey Bistro in the same building.
First Fridays of the month offer free hours douvres and meet the resident artist
“True Gourmet food at its finest! If you are not on a strict budget and desire a scrumptious dinner originating from any of the food groups, be sure to dine at one of Homer's finest "higher end" dining rooms.”
“This is the reason you should visit Homer! Catch a water taxi across Kachemak Bay to explore this park's miles of shoreline dotted with tranquil coves and offshore islands. Fantastic hiking trails, camping spots, and public use cabins and yurts for rent. Kayak the many bays alongside sea otters, seals, porpoise, and the occasional whale. Pure magic.”
“We would be happy to call and make a reservation for you as this wonderful restaurant gets booked a week ahead. It's small, well-known and loved. Let us know and we'll call for you. john”
“Gift shop next to the Fireweed Gallery. It's actually an artist coop, so one of the artists will probably be working the store. A very fine pace to get locally made gifts. ”
“The name suggests something entirely different than it is: a large bar/restaurant/music venue. Hearty food portions, large drink selection, and occasional live music. Tuesday night is Open Mic, and Thursday is Trivia Night. www.alices.club”