Kodiak (Alutiiq: Sun'aq; Russian: Кадьяк, tr. Kadʹyak) is one of seven communities and the main city on Kodiak Island, Kodiak Island Borough, in the U.S. state of Alaska. All commercial transportation between the entire island and the outside world goes through this city either via ferryboat or airline. The population was 6,130 as of the 2010 census. 2014 estimates put the population at 6,304.
Things to do in Kodiak
4.5 based on 53 reviews
This is my second trip to Kodiak this summer and my second visit to Harborside Coffee. They serve Kaladi coffee and Illusions cookies, what more could you want. The shop has GCI TurboZone wifi, a comfortable place to sit and great people watching.
4.5 based on 124 reviews
At Java Flats we take pride in handcrafting wholesome and delectable meals and providing a relaxed and cozy atmosphere for you to enjoy. Serving gourmet sandwiches and soups, scrumptious salads, specialty coffee drinks, and fresh baked goodies, we welcome you to stop in for a quick bite to go, or a leisurely meal. We offer our breakfast and lunch menus from open till 3 p.m., so feel free to fulfill that breakfast-for-lunch hankering in the afternoon, or pick up a sandwich to take for lunch first thing in the morning. We bake daily, so a hot-out-of-the-oven cookie might just be awaiting your nibble right now! Enjoy it with a cup of locally roasted brew and head out the road for your own special style of Kodiak adventure.
We spent a week on Kodiak Island and EVERY OTHER DAY !! we would drive out to Java Flats just to get more COOKIES !! You MUST have these cookies and I promise that you will go back for more ! The place is a bit our of town, but the island is beautiful, so the drive is of course amazing. They serve coffee, soda, maybe sandwiches....? that all looked pretty good, but all we ever got was more cookies !!
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Lovely warm atmosphere, perfect place for breakfast or lunch. The friendly environment is so welcoming for families with children, gatherings of friends, and much more. We have extra seating upstairs, so you'll never be without a spot. We roast our own coffee, bake our own break and pastries, use only ORGANIC EGGS AND MILK, and in general, try to create delicious food with love!
Breakfast was delicious and fresh. Eggs were perfect and all food was handmade. Sometimes you end up at restaurants where shortcuts were made but these eggs were actually fresh.
4.5 based on 174 reviews
Formerly served as Old Powerhouse Restaurant, now we serve seafood, Sushi and other Japanese dishes, and stakes. We are locating on water. Come and enjoy our dishes and view.
We were enthusiastically greeted as we entered and requested to be seated out on the deck. The view was spectacular and our waitress was friendly and helpful. We ordered the chef's choice sashimi that came with soup and a ginger dressing salad. Everything tasted fantastic and the fish was very fresh and expertly prepared. If you're looking for a great meal, don't turn away because of the marina-neighborhood, go on in and enjoy some sushi or other tasty options.
5 based on 3 reviews
Stop here for breakfast now and again. Get a coffee and ham n cheese croissant sandwich. Always fast service and never had issues with people who work there.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Stopped for lunch. The interior/exterior of their building is rustic Kodiak; have no fear. We found the bartender/server to be very friendly and patient with our questions. This is a local favorite for good reason.
I had a cup of clam chowder, fish sandwich, and fries. The chowder had a generous amount of clams, thin in texture, and very flavorful. The fish sandwich was lightly breaded, 3/4 of an inch thickness, a generous portion, and delicious. The french fries were thick cut, made fresh, seasoned well, and also a generous portion. They serve draft beer from the Kodiak microbrewery. I consumed two. My wife ordered a bowl of the clam chowder which she enjoyed. The total bill was $32.00; very reasonable for the quality and volume of food.
4 based on 219 reviews
Tried Henry's for the first time. Food was excellent with a wide selection of prices. Also had a full service bar. Service was quick and waitress was on the spot for additional help. Also could order gluten free lunch.
4 based on 63 reviews
"Best breakfast in Kodiak".
I had breakfast here on a foggy morning in July 2017. It was a bit of a trick to find King's Diner, as it does not front the street, nor is there a sign on the street. I overshot it and ended up calling. The nice lady on the other end of the phone talked me in.
The restaurant is on the far end a small strip mall that's oriented perpendicular to Mill Bay Road, just a few feet past the Morton Hall Road intersection and directly across the street from Friend Contractors LLC. Google Maps refers to the cross street as City Airport Road, which makes sense given the presence of a sign at the intersection for the city airport.
I ordered the reindeer sausage and eggs (over easy). The eggs were done just right and the sausage had a slight snap and spicy kick (both of which I enjoyed). The one thing that could be improved upon was the hash browns, which were slightly underdone. As I had arrived shortly after the 6:00 a.m. opening, perhaps the hash browns had been put on the grille a bit late and were thus not fully cooked. Maybe if I had arrived later, the situation would have been different.
Still, this was a filling and satisfying meal.
The bill came to a bit more than $14.00.
5 based on 3 reviews
Good coffee and the girls are quick! Its worth the quick drive over the bridge to grab a coffee and the mermaids on the cups are FUN.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We only got to eat at this place one time. They are only open from early June to early October. The one day we were there was a special open day for Mother's Day. the food was outstanding. It is about a 45 minute drive from Kodiak, but it is totally worth and the scenery on the way is great too.
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