Restaurants in Galveston
Sit outside, enjoy the salt air, and savor spicy Cajun-style grilled shrimp at Benno’s on the Beach. Get to Gaido’s for wonderful gumbo and fresh snapper. Come early to avoid a long wait. Don’t miss the best Sunday brunch in town, complete
with prime rib and smoked salmon, at Bernardo’s at Hotel Galvez.
More Up and Running
Good news. These places and attractions are open for your visit: Harbor House at Pier 21, Hilton Galveston Island Resort, The Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort, The San Luis Resort, Carnival Cruise Line’s Ecstasy and Conquest, Bishop’s Palace, Lone Star Flight Museum, Island Bicycle Company, The 1877 Tall Ship Elissa, Texas Seaport Museum, Grand 1984 Opera House, Star Drugstore, Willie G’s, East End Historic District Tour, and La King’s Confectionery.
The Tremont House, Moody Gardens Rainforest Pyramid, Post Office Street Tour and shops, Railroad Museum, The Strand Theatre, Joe’s Crabshack on Pier 19, and Saltwater Grill.
photo: Chill out with penguins in the Aquarium Pyramid at Moody Gardens.