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Shopping in Kodiak Island

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Book Store
“At Monk's Rock we roast our own coffee, bake our own bread and pastries, and we strive to provide a welcoming atmosphere to bless each and every guest.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“Located in beautiful Bell’s Flats on Kodiak Island, in Alaska. We take pride in handcrafting wholesome and delectable meals and providing a relaxed and cozy atmosphere for you to enjoy. Serving gourmet sandwiches and soups, scrumptious salads, specialty coffee drinks, and fresh baked goodies, we welcome you to stop in for a quick bite to go, or a leisurely meal.”
  • 8 locals recommend
“Locally owned and operated with a great view of the boat harbor, they have a wide selection of coffee drinks, both hot and cold, and the service is friendly and cheerful. The baked goods offered are not locally made, but the coffee is locally roasted, and pretty darn good. Try the Harborside Mocha if you like a spicy Mexican-style mocha, it's my favorite. They have sweatshirts and coffee mugs/thermoses to purchase and a book exchange.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Outdoor Supply Store
“The Big Ray’s story begins in the 1940s as World War II made its way to Alaska, then a United States territory known for its abundant natural resources. The combination of the war and other opportunities brought an influx of service men, construction workers, prospectors and money north. After the war, servicemen Glenn Miller and Howard Cruver realized the potential for a thriving business and started outfitting Alaskans with military surplus cold weather gear including boots, pants and parkas. The two entrepreneurs opened up Big Ray’s in downtown Anchorage, then known as the Army Navy Store, and Fairbanks in 1947. After Howard’s passing in the mid 1950’s, Dick Cruver assumed his late brother’s position in the company. The partners ran the business until 1988 when they sold the business to their sons Mike Miller, Mark Cruver and friend and employee, Monty Rostad.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Fishing Store
“Iconic, hard core fishing and outdoor supply store. Get your real deal rain gear that won't leak here. Huge supply of extra-tufs and other essentials. Check out their book section, too. Tons of great local authors and topics.”
  • 2 locals recommend
“High quality groceries and health foods. Great acai smoothie bowls . Its just a few hundred feet away and you can buy all of the essentials like milk, bread, eggs, sometimes produce, frozen meals and a super selection of fine chocolate!!”
  • 2 locals recommend
“Wonderful unique tourist gifts for all you family and friends can be found here. Downtown and across from the Kodiak Harbor.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Home Goods Store
“For the quilter, this place is heaven. Norma will greet you and help you find the perfect color combinations for a fantastic quilt. A robust batik collection, they also offer Moda, Robert Kaufman, and more, plus flannel, thread, and tools. They're open 10:30-5:30 Monday-Saturday, this little shop is a great source for fabric.”
  • 2 locals recommend

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Arts & Crafts Store
“The offerings of fabric, yarn and patterns are enormous in this little downtown store. Chris can help you find just what you need for that next needlework project, and you'll find fabric here that is not found elsewhere in town.”
  • 2 locals recommend


Fish Market
“Island Seafoods is located on Kodiak’s historic Cannery Row right next to St Paul Harbor. Founded in 1999 as a small custom processing business. Island Seafoods served Kodiak’s charter fishing fleet and also processed commercially harvested halibut, Pacific Cod, rockfish and skates on a small scale. In the spring of 2000 the owners of Island Seafoods purchased the building and property across the street. With the larger facility, a brand new dock and direct access to Kodiak’s bustling waterfront the commercial production increased significantly. ”
  • 2 locals recommend