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Top Choice Seafood in Petersburg

Inga’s Galley

From this (surprisingly charming) parking-lot shack comes Petersburg's most creative food. Inga’s Mitkof sandwich is seasoned and seared halibut topped with pesto, prosciutto and melted provolone. The fish-and-chips…
Historic Site in Petersburg

Sing Lee Alley

Heading south, Harbor Way passes Middle Boat Harbor and turns into Sing Lee Alley. This was the center of old Petersburg, and much of the street is built on pilings over Hammer Slough. On the alley, Sons of Norway H…
Landmark in Petersburg

North Boat Harbor

The North Boat Harbor is the best one for wandering the docks, talking to crews and possibly scoring some fresh fish. Begin at the Harbormaster Office; a wooden deck provides a picturesque overview of the commercial…
Seafood in Petersburg

Coastal Cold Storage

You’re in Petersburg – indulge in what they catch. Stop at this processor/seafood store/restaurant for a shrimp burger, salmon-halibut chowder or the local specialty, halibut beer bits. Or purchase whatever is swimm…
Museum in Petersburg

Clausen Memorial Museum

This museum holds an interesting collection of artifacts and relics, mostly related to local fishing history. Exhibits include the largest king salmon ever caught (126lbs), a giant lens from the old Cape Decision li…
Pizza in Petersburg

Pappa Bear’s Pizza

This place hops at lunchtime, serving pizza whole or by the slice, along with subs and burger baskets. If you’re ready to ditch your vegetarian ways, order the Carnivore pizza that comes topped with pepperoni, Itali…
Bar in Petersburg

Kito’s Kave

This bar has regular live music and dancing and can be a rowdy place that hops until well after midnight. In the afternoon it’s quieter and you can tap into its wi-fi for the price of a beer.
Historic Building in Petersburg

Petersburg Fisheries

The original commercial fishing outfit founded by Peter Buschmann in 1900; today it’s a subsidiary of Seattle’s Icicle Seafoods.
Bar in Petersburg

Harbor Bar

The classic place of deckhands and cannery workers, with pool tables, free popcorn and an excellent beer selection.
Books in Petersburg

Sing Lee Alley Books

In a former 1929 boardinghouse, this delightful bookstore has five rooms of books and a well-read proprietor.