In a quaint town like Sitka, each and every restaurant has to be a standout hit in order to survive. Ludvig’s specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, relying on the incredibly fresh seafood readily available nearby. Sourced from local fishers and paired with house-made desserts and bread, all ingredients are organic and come from the nearby Full Circle Farm and Sitka’s Alaska Pure Finishing Salt. You’ve never had Mediterranean fare like this.


Located at 256 Katlian Street in Sitka, the summer season begins in mid-May and runs through September. Open Monday – Saturday from 4:30 – 9:30 p.m., you can dine-in at the charming restaurant, or check out the chowder cart Tuesdays – Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The Wine Bar and Gallery is open year-round, with summer hours Monday – Saturday from 5 – 10 p.m.

Wining and Dining

Tapas include imported Spanish manchego cheese for a queso platter with roasted garlic, olives, fig paste and orange. Try the black cod tips, grilled and served alongside asparagus and a sherry vinegar. The calamari is flash sautéed in garlic, cilantro and lime and topped with bread crumbs. However, make sure you save room for the main course.

Lamb chops, fried Alaskan rockfish, duck a la grande with a pomegranate glaze and shellfish pesto gnocchi are just a few tricks Ludvig’s has in store for you. Grande platters include wild Alaskan paella mix, Tuscan scallops and fried artichokes. Come discover what Sitka residents already know: Ludvig’s is a serious treat for the senses.