Had a yummy rice bowl with pickled egg. Also plan on coming back for cheesecake bars, fruit and nut bars , and chocolate raspberry goodies. Coffee was good as well plenty of options.
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Two Sisters serves dinners W-Sa. Resv are highly recommended, as the eatery is small, like a lot of Alaskan eateries tend to be. One of the pleasant surprises we had on our road trip was how wonderful the cuisine is in Alaska. I foolishly expected...More
I visited Homer, AK in July and went to Two Sisters both mornings I was there. The selection of scones, muffins, pastries and homemade granola was truly superb, really mouthwatering to look at. The staff were ready to go right at opening each day and...More
It's not on Main Street....if Homer has one...but worth finding. When your enter it looks chaotic with college age women bustling about a crowed kitchen which features a brick,wood-fired oven where the baked good are prepared...using the alder branches stacked on the porch. Not complicated...More
Whenever we have visitors we make a point to go to Two Sisters for brunch or lunch (and dinner too). In the summer during the day the line is (sometimes) OUT the door but even then its fun if you are not in a hurry....More
We stopped for a quick lunch and this lovely little place did not disappoint. We all got the turkey sandwich and it was phenomenal. This is not your typical grocery store lunch meat sandwich. Yum! There were all kinds of interesting toppings besides the turkey...More
Such a cute little place. It is busy so be patient because it is worth the wait. I had a sticky bun and a savory ham and cheese that I shared with a friend. Both were fantastic. The staff was very friendly and efficient. Take...More