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Kenai Peninsula

Find the best restaurants in Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

The Kenai Peninsula Census Area, Alaska

The Kenai Peninsula is a rather large peninsula located in the south-central area of Alaska and a borough of Alaska at the same time. The name of this census area and peninsula comes from a native Alaskan tribe that inhabited the area since historical times. These people were known as the Kenaitze or Kahtnuht'ana Dena'ina, which means the people living along the Kenai River, called back the Kahtnu River. In the south-central part of Alaska, the Kenai Peninsula holds some of the most populous areas. Cities such as Kenai and Sterling and many other smaller villages can be found here, so there will always be something to do and see in this part of Alaska.

Things to do in the Kenai Peninsula Census Area, Alaska

The Kenai Peninsula is a very beautiful part of Alaska, with so many things to see and even more things to enjoy. Those passionate about fishing can definitely try their luck on the Kenai River. There are many fishing adventures you can choose from and plenty of experienced fishermen ready to share with you the best fishing spots on the river. Those that don't fish, there's the option to take a charter out on the ocean and simply enjoy the views of the peninsula. But, visiting the Sealife Center in Seward is a better option if you want to know more about the creatures living in the sea surrounding the peninsula. Also, the Pratt Museum located in Homer will give you an insight about native Alaskan people, as it displays a wide range of artifacts from the first people that inhabited this area. And when you feel the need to relax and enjoy a picnic, just head down to the Kenai Beach, a beautiful long stretch of sand, ideal for lounging or playing Frisbee.

Restaurants in the Kenai Peninsula Census Area, Alaska

The Kenai Peninsula census area has a long history in Alaska, being inhabited by native tribes since a very long time. Small villages can still be seen around the area, but so are good restaurants. Finding a place to eat in the Kenai Peninsula won't be an issue. Authentic American dishes, seafood, even vegetarian dishes will be available in your adventure around the peninsula.

Burger Bus - those that ate at this restaurant claim that here you can find the best burgers in the entire peninsula. So, if you are a burger fan, you can give this place a chance. You can find it in Kenai and you should not allow the appearance of the eatery scare you. The restaurant really looks like a bus, as it is made inside the carcass of a bus. But, all the burgers, fries, and everything else they serve here are made very well and there are high chances you love what you ordered.

Veronica's Cafe - this is a chic and lovely restaurant in Kenai that serves a wide range of dishes. The place has American dishes, including soups, sandwiches, and everything else you may want. It is also a great place for vegetarians and vegans, as you have quite a few options to choose from. If you like the place, you can have all your meals here, as they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well.

Louie's Steak & Seafood - while it's true that this is a steakhouse indeed, it is also possible to find vegetarian dishes as well. Gluten-free options are also available at this restaurant, so regardless of your dietary options, this restaurant will be a good option. They also serve soups and seafood dishes, most offerings in their menu belonging to the American cuisine.

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