502 W. LOOMIS ST. LUDINGTON, MI
THURS - SAT 4:30PM - 9PM | CLOSED SUN - WED

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Waterfront Kitchen & Bar

 A TRENDY NEW RESTAURANT WITH A RELAXED VIBE

Waterfront Kitchen & Bar

 A TRENDY NEW RESTAURANT WITH A RELAXED VIBE

CLASSIC

American Kitchen

Welcome to Crown and Cork. A trendy new restaurant with a relaxed vibe in downtown Ludington across from the municipal marina. The restaurant offers a sophisticated mix of handcrafted cocktails and spirits along with impressive dinner dishes. Crown and Cork’s refined but approachable cuisine showcases unique menu items like wild mushroom bruschetta, Caribbean shrimp, and a farro arugula salad.

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Holiday Parties

| FROM THE KITCHEN

CASUAL

Refined Cuisine

Crown and Cork aims to bring you the best of modern day chef influenced cuisine with a unique twist on American classics. Every dish is carefully prepared in our contemporary kitchen under Chef Tyler Rolan. Tyler’s skillful preparation relies on fresh ingredients and his signature culinary craft. Grab a seat with a waterfront view and enjoy a meal that puts an inventive twist on both the classics and new fare.


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HANDCRAFTED

Classic Cocktails

Come imbibe in a classic cocktail, enjoy a cold beer, or glass of wine. We feature cocktails for each season of the year. Pull up a chair, grab a table, make some friends, or bring your own! Take in the breathtaking waterfront views of the Ludington Municipal Harbor and Pere Marquette Lake, all while enjoying your favorite beverage. Cheers!

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Live Jazz

 FRIDAY EVENINGS
8PM – 10PM

WATERFRONT

Dining in Downtown Ludington

Situated with a one of a kind view of the Ludington’s sparkling waterfront and the home port of the historic SS Badger; our location near the Ludington harbor across from the municipal marina boasts amazing views of the water and passing boats. Views of Pere Marquette Lake and the world famous SS Badger car ferry can be seen while you dine. Our seasonally changing menu showcases a variety of influences but is driven by the bounty of what the Great Lakes region and our own Mason County farmers offer.