Colette Nelson spent three seasons salmon fishing in the Gulf of Alaska. Realizing the enormity and grandeur of the sea; baiting hooks, hauling gear, running lines, and cooking in the galley, Nelson found great pleasure in knowing where her food came from.
256 Katlian Street
Ludvigs Bistro and Wine Bar Open May–Mid September Monday–Saturday 4:30–9pm Ludvigs Chowder Cart located at the Sitka Sound Science Center Open May–Mid September Tuesday–Saturday 10:30–2:30pm
Please call for Bistro dinner reservations at 907-966-3663 (FOOD). No email
or facebook reservation requests please.
Special Herring Season Opening March 9th Hours Thursday to Saturday, 5-9pm For off-season hours and events, call us or check out our facebook page.
Thank you for dining at Ludvig's
We hope you enjoy your experience.
Ludvig is not a Mediterranean name of dish, but a wolf-hybrid that came into Colette's life in 1995. He was nearly dead when found but miraculously survived. Thus, his namesake is Ludwig van Beethoven in honor of his 9th Symphony, "Ode to Joy" which means "Thanks for Life."