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Homer's Wild Honey Bistro: Alaska's 1st Certified Ocean-Friendly Restaurant

Updated: Feb 26

Wild Honey Bistro - Delicious and Ocean-Friendly
Wild Honey Bistro is a Creperie and Bakery

Homer, Alaska, is a well-known culinary destination with many restaurants winning accolades from tourists and food critics.

Surfrider Foundation has recognized Homer's Wild Honey Bistro as one of 522 Ocean-Friendly Certified Restaurants in the United States - and the first in Alaska.

The Foundation recently established a Kenai Peninsula Surfrider Chapter dedicated to protecting and enjoying all of the coastal areas on the Kenai.

Wild Honey Bistro started seven years ago as a creperie using locally foraged and sourced ingredients. The bakery opened a few years ago and serves delicious, gluten-free breads and pastries. 

"We use organic flours from small mills and barley grown in Alaska. And it's all naturally gluten-free," said Scott Livingston in his recent interview for the Ocean-Friendly Restaurants Highlights featured on the Surfrider website.

To qualify as an Ocean-Friendly Restaurant, Wild Honey Bistro has met the following standards established by

  1. Only reusable foodware is used for onsite dining.*

  2. Paper straws are provided only upon request.** 

  3. No expanded polystyrene use (aka Styrofoam). 

  4. No plastic bags are used for takeout or to-go orders. 

  5. Single-use utensils, straws, condiments, and other accessory items are provided only upon request.

  6. Beverages are not sold in plastic bottles.

  7. Proper recycling practices are followed.

Homer, Alaska's Wild Honey Bistro is a local favorite and wildly popular in summer. 

Proof that being Ocean-Friendly is good business.

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