Port Ludlow is a great place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of big city life. The small-town charm and wonderful views of Puget Sound are what makes Port Ludlow such a unique place to visit. When you’re visiting, you might want to check out and enjoy a few Port Ludlow restaurants in the area.
The restaurants in Port Ludlow are as beautiful as they are delicious. Not to mention, they cater to all kinds of taste buds — from family-friendly places to fine dining establishments, there’s a style of cuisine for everyone.
In this post, you’ll find recommendations for old and new options for dining in or out in the Port Ludlow community.
Dusty Green Café has expanded to add the Bay Club Bistro. Bay Club “members only” lunches and dinners on Wednesdays and Fridays. The menu is varied and comes with a selection of soup, salad, and (desserts for evening dining.) Winter Brunch is on Sunday from 8-2 at the Dusty Green Café.
Dining recommendations: The Halibut Fish and Chips make for a delicious Friday fish meal. The “Par” Burger and the Omelets are always customer favorites.
The long-awaited Coffee Shop drive-through became a reality called Cove Coffee. Located by the recycling area, they too offer food choices.
God Bless Food expanded with a coffee truck and food. GBF has long been catering and serving take-out meals to rave reviews. Check the websites for The Cove Coffee and GBF for hours and daily menu items.
Molcajete Mexican Restaurant survived the pandemic promoting take-out.
There is inside seating with proof of vaccination and a mask, of course. When the weather warms up, there is patio space in the Village Green.
The Resort at Port Ludlow has The Fireside – a fine dining restaurant and a heated veranda with panoramic views of the Marina and Cascade Mountains covered now with snow. Proof of Vaccination and a mask are required. The Chef sources his produce, fish, meat, and ciders locally. The Fireside supports our many local farmers, and diners can be assured a fresh and seasonal menu.
The restaurants of Port Ludlow are friendly, and the food is delicious. So next time you visit the Port Ludlow area, take advantage of these wonderful restaurants.
Author: Judy Jackson (PL Brokers Profile)
After 12 years of working in Real Estate in Port Ludlow and the surrounding areas, Judith knows that this is a paradise for boaters, hikers, birders, and gardeners – not to mention the multitude of cultural and artistic offerings available monthly.
Looking for more local recommendations or Port Ludlow real estate? You can reach her at 281-635-6981