Anchor Point is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Kenai Peninsula Borough, in the U.S. state of Alaska. As of the 2010 census the population was 1,930. This is up from 1,845 in 2000. The community is located along the Sterling Highway, part of Alaska State Route 1. Anchor Point is the westernmost point in the North American highway system.
Things to do in Anchor Point
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Located in downtown anchor point,alaska----blue bus diner-"where everything is finer" known for best burgers (1/4# to 1/2#)-fries-milkshakes(hand scooped and real fruit)-chicken-and mexican (one taco will fill you up) call ahead for take out or you may dine in---where you will see chett's cookie jar collection(nearly 200)which keeps growing. Prices are affordable-family owned and operated-served with friendly service.
This place has evolved from a small, busy take-out from a.........Blue Bus! to a regular, sit down restaurant. What hasn't changed is the quality and size of the food. You can get a large, juicy burger with a side that is very good food, and will fill you up. Wait staff is very friendly and helpful, and it doesn't take long to get your food. They have other food offerings as well, but I always get the burgers. Points off for the loud TV with Fox news etc. not my fav.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
While we were staying in Clam Gulch, we had to make the trek to Homer several times to go fishing. My buddy who's place we were staying at told us we "had to have a blender bender". So we pull into this little road side coffee stop. Boy o Boy these things are delicious. We had the triple espresso shot caramel blender bender. It's like desert in a cup.
John & LynNita Ellis
4 based on 103 reviews
Came here as recommended by our lodge host in Homer. We found this cafe padlocked with a glowing OPEN sign so we investigated. In less than a minute, Nina, in her full Russian attire, arrived in her Honda Odessey. She greeted us warmly with her heavy accent and welcomed us into her colorful wacky little cafe. She served us borscht, pelmeni and cream puffs. Her food was quite delicious and she was most amusing. I would come back here if visiting in the area. Total bill was only $66 with tea and she handpicked ingredients for her tea. If you want sausages, you have to call in advance. A donation of $20 to her fund for food for kids in Russia will give you a bag of her delicious tea. We didn't ask to dress up but she insisted and it was fun. This was an unexpected interesting experience that adventurers shouldn't pass up. She accepts cash and PayPal. She also offers lodging.
3.5 based on 33 reviews
Took a good hour for a sandwich and some pancakes but the pancakes were SO FLUFFY and had fresh blueberries.
As a local, fresh blueberries are a luxury most exquisite when it isn't berry season.
I'll go again, it's a decent enough place. The price is a tad spendy, but welcome to Alaska.
4 based on 2 reviews
If you need a drink, coffee, tea, etc, then this place will work. If you can wait to get into Homer, or Soldotna, then keep driving. We ordered a couple Mochos, and they were not good, but wanting something warm, it worked for us.
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