Downtown Homer

Homer certainly is not be the biggest, but it may be the friendliest small town!

Homer was plagued by fires in during it's humble beginnings, so many of the original wood buildings that were destroyed by fire were replaced with brick buildings.

Because of this, many of our century old downtown buildings retain some of their original charm. You will see tin ceilings, fancy brickwork, and wide sidewalks.

While Homer is still small, you will find some unique places to go while you visit.

If it's a small town cafe you are looking for, check out the Knight Stop, where you can catch up on the local gossip while you enjoy your delicious food. Hours: M-F, Saturday Phone:(402)698-2362

Or if you'd like an adult beverage, with delicious broasted chicken, or hot pizza, Tom at the Bonanza Phone:(402)698-2999 or Bob at..yep, Bob's, Phone:(402)698-2335, and our newest establishment, RBar, where Jodi, Joe or Sienna will be happy to help, Phone: (402)698-2044.

Pronto has some quick food for those on the go, fuel, and fountain pop. John can usually be found there, making sure everyone is taken care of. Phone:(402)698-2485

If you like to shop for gifts where you might get something old, or something new, try Special Finds.  Patty carries everything in her shop, and will be happy to help you find that treasure you are looking for. Phone:(402)698-2296

If you own a business in town, and would like to see more local traffic in your store, please contact us, and we will be happy to post your business here too. Or, if there are any corrections to be made, please contact Dawn at drmaslonka@gmail.com

Thank you for supporting our town!