Ludvig's would be an excellent restaurant anywhere. In the Sitka, population 9,000, it's extraordinary. Open seasonally, the restaurant's 4-6 tables are virtually always full--we typically call three to four weeks in advance for reservations. The space is tiny, and it's not unusual to strike up a conversation with diners at the next table. While there are dishes featuring meat and poultry on the Mediterrean-influenced menu, you can eat that anywhere, so please order a dish featuring the local seafood for which Sitka is famous. The portions are sized to satisfy charter fisherman who have been up since dawn eating crackers and peanut butter, and are large enough for most people to share. If you don't love garlic, be sure to let your server know. The wine list is creative, and Ludvig's serves several Alaska brews. There is always a choice of desserts, but we've never been able to bring ourselves to order anything other than the creme brûlée. If you're going to have one special meal on your trip to Alaska, plan to eat at Ludvig's.
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