Restaurants & Cafes

Two Sisters

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Location:

233 E Bunnell Ave

Contact:

(907) 235-2280 ;

baked@xyz.net

http://twosistersbakery.net/

Hours:

Monday – Friday:  7am – 6pm, Saturday 7am – 4pm, Sunday 9am – 2pm

Dinner hours Wed. – Sat. 6pm to 9pm

What is it?

Bakery, cafe and coffee shop. Sells T-shirts, gifts and more. Regular fresh bread baked daily on a regular weekly schedule.

What Can Teens do?

Eat and hang out.

Fat Olive’s Cafe

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Location:

276 Ohlson Ln

Contact:

(907) 235-8488

fatolives@gmail.com

http://www.fatoliveshomer.com/

Hours:

Daily 11am – 8:30 pm. Varies seasonally.

What is it?

Lively spot set in a former garage serving wood-fired pizza, steaks & sandwiches, plus beer & wine.

What is it?

Take-out and by-the-slice pizza. Restaurant serving pizza, steaks, seafood, pasta, salad, appetizers, desserts  ;

Menu on website.

Employment:

Hires 16+ Parent consent is required. Contact the owner: Tiny 235-8488 fill out a job application and turn it in. Jobs include: Waitress, dishwasher.etc.

What can Teens do?

Eat in a restaurant setting with friends and hang out.

Captain’s Coffee

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Location:

295 E. Pioneer Ave. Homer, Alaska

Contact:

Owner Ty Gates- 907-235-4970

CaptainsCoffeeAK@gmail.com

http://captainscoffee.com/

Hours:

Summer 6:30 am to 5:30 pm / Winter 7:00 am to 5:00 pm

What is it?

Coffee shop serving espresso and tea drinks, homemade snacks by Fritz Creek, coffee brewing equipment  French presses and the home coffee brewers and the espresso machines, thermoses, stovetop espresso machines, shirts, mugs, and local art. Roasts their own coffee beans.

Discounts:

10% student discount with student ID.

What is it? What can teens do?

A meeting place for people and to get coffee. Kids can come in and use the Wi-Fi and study before classes and stuff. They have the daily papers here. A lot of people meet here and discuss things and just hang out.

Employment:

Hires 16+. Ty Gates (Owner): “And one thing that I do like when people come in is to bring a resume and one that’s neat.  That’s really important.  I get some resumes that looks like a guy wrote it on his knee out in the car before he came in the door.  If I can’t read it I just toss it in the can. Neatness is really important –  we handwrite all the labels and sometimes receipts are written and it’s got to be legible to everybody.”

Baristas (Captains Coffee trains new employees).  Baristas are responsible for all the closing and the managing stuff, even the ordering.

Benefits to teens:

Youth employment, learn work ethics, local, safe, meeting place. Espresso drinks and local snacks.

All Hopped Up

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Location:

280 W Pioneer Ave

Contact:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/All-Hopped-Up

What is it?

Coffee & Tea, Breakfast & Brunch

What can teens do?

Come hang out and drink coffee and tea, eat breakfast burritos, a variety of noodles and much more.

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McDonald’s

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Location:

3656 Ben Walters Ln

Contact:

Conni Vaz, General Manager

235-5400

nor.07548@us.stores.mcd.com

Hours:

Daily 5am – 12am Summer

Weekdays 6am – 11pm, Weekends  7am – 11pm

Employment:

Hire 14+ year round. Apply online, or stop in and ask for an application. Good first job, teaches basic customer service. Uniforms provided.

Other Benefits:

McDonald’s sponsors local sport, the Homer Winter Carnival, Student of the Month, Cub Scouts, etc.

KBay Caffe

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Location:

397 W. Pioneer

Hours:

Monday – Friday 7am – 8pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am – 8pm

What is it?

Cafe serving organic food, CDs and music, local ceramics and artwork, baked goods, burritos, soups, entres, wraps, smoothies, milkshakes, espresso, teas, ready to drink, drinks. Roasts their own coffee beans.

Teen Services:

KBay is a place to hang out that’s warm and welcoming. There’s free internet, instruments available to play (piano, guitar, drums, etc). They host various events such as Open Mic Nights and Poetry Slams open to everyone to either participate in or attend: “a great opportunity for teen musicians and artists and poets and drama and theater folks and really anybody who wants to kind of share what their artistic expression of their life experience is through creative means.”

Employment:

Hire under 18. Barista, cleaner, activity director; resume is required, dress casual, must be clean and presentable.

Contact Michael, 235-1551 or 299-0880