Seasonal Operation — May: Noon to 8pm (Closed Tues.)
June through September: Noon to 9pm (7 days/week)
+1 (907) 235 - 2878
“The absolute best place to eat in Homer is Finn’s Pizza.” — Reader's Pick
New York Times
“Home to a million-dollar view and a beer-and-wine license... Homer Spit is the ticket for wood-fired pizza.” — Sepp Jannotta
“Finn’s has been a destination for us summering in Homer. Great pizza, good local beer and a bright rooftop patio.” — Julian D.
“Very good pizza in Homer of all places. I am from NY and fussy about pizza. Much to my surprise, this place rocked.” — Alan R.
“The view from upstairs is gorgeous. We had margherita pizza and their lavender currant ale — tart and delicious!” — L. W.
“The restaurant is constructed a bit like a lighthouse — patrons order downstairs, then climb stairs to the dining area.” — Ash Adams
“The Salty Dawg Saloon is where tourists and locals drink, sing, and get silly. For a quiet beer and good pizza, try Finn’s.” — David Laskin
New York Times
“I've had a few dinners in Homer so far at "nicer" restaurants, but this has been our best meal out yet.” — Lance W.
“I’ve had what purports to be the best pizza in DC, Chicago, San Francisco and many other cities, and Finn’s beats all the others.” — Dean McCord
“I liked the (blue pear) pizza so much, that I asked a friend to ship a frozen version down to me in NYC last Summer.” — Tex J.
Farm to Table
We proudly support the local farmers who make so much of this possible. Most of the ingredients we use on our pizzas, soups and salads are sourced from local farms right her in Homer, Alaska.
In 2002, Finn’s Pizza expanded, opening up a glass enclosed eating area above the kitchen and bar area downstairs. Dubbed the "Solarium," many a cold brew and pizza have been eaten as the sun sets late in the evening.
We've also expanded the deck's seating outside. Enjoy a slice while watching the deep tide roll out — without your napkin being blown away by the western winds.
The Solarium & Deck at Finn’s Pizza
Finn’s Pizza was founded in 2000 by Sasha Raupp & Bjorn Larson as a health-conscious authentic wood-fire pizza shop for the citizens and guests of Homer, Alaska. ‘Finn’s’ is named for one of their best customers and earliest eaters of dough balls and breadsticks. The restaurant has been a Homer favorite for over a decade.