- Check out some of the American restaurants on Galveston Island.
At Mosquito Cafè you'll find fresh, homemade, eclectic, trendy food, a warm casual atmosphere and friendly helpful service. Mosquito Cafe looks forward to serving you in our restored 1870 location in the East End Historical District of Galveston Island.
Prepare for an enjoyable... no, extraordinary culinary experience. Opened in May 1999, this little bistro was selected by America`s most prestigious restaurant guide, the Zagat Survey, as one of the Top 15 Restaurants in the Houston Metropolitan Area and the Top Eclectic-International Category. Also voted by Galveston County residents as Best Overall Restaurant in Galveston County, Best Breakfast, Best Business Lunch, and number one in Friendliest Service.
Location: 628 14th Street Phone: 409-763-1010
Rudy & Paco
When visiting Galveston Island, you simply can`t miss the Island`s most unique dining experience, Rudy & Paco. Rudy & Paco features grilled seafood and steak with a South and Central American Sabor. Relax and unwind with your favorite cocktail while enjoying delicious Antojitos.Notes: Reservations are recommended. Shorts are not allowed in the main dining room at dinner, but are accepted at the bar. Lunch is casual and shorts are acceptable.
Location: 2028 Postoffice Street, Galveston, TX 77550 Phone: 409-762-3696
Gypsy Joynt is a really good place to eat lunch or dinner . This place has really good wide variety of food from appetizers ,salad , pasta to burgers. The decor of this place is very eclectic with various types of things on the walls and hanging from the ceiling. The food and decor go hand and hand. The food is amazing and there is not bad thing on the menu . Location: 2711 Market Street, Galveston, TX 77550 Phone: 409-497-2069
Miller's Seawall Grill
No-frills eatery serving giant breakfasts along with lunch & dinner fare with views of the water. Location: 1824 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77550 Phone: 409-763-8777
At Rainforest Cafe, we cater to kids. Our loveable Cha! Cha! and the Wild Bunch are here to make sure children of all ages have a great time while exploring the rainforest. So take a look around and find out a little more about our jungle friends. We think you`ll agree that the rainforest is the place to be! Location: 5310 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551 Phone: 409- 744-6000
Sunflower Bakery & Cafè
Since 1999 the Sunflower Bakery and Cafe has been serving amazing food created from scratch with the finest ingredients available to its happy customers. Since their humble beginnings as a small bakery on 16th and Church that served a few bakery items, cold sandwiches, and their famous tomato basil soup, they have always drawn a large crowd. In a couple of years, their success allowed them to open a restaurant at a second location and offer an amazing dining experience that matched their delicious breakfasts and lunches.
99% of our food is made from scratch with fresh local ingredients! Located in the heart of Galveston`s historic East End. The Sunflower Bakery & Cafe features fresh Gulf seafood, homemade sandwiches, and the best bakery in town. The Sunflower is everyone's favorite neighborhood cafe.
Location: 512 14th Street, Galveston, TX 77550 Phone: 409-763-5500
Yaga's Cafè & Bar
Yaga's Cafè & Bar, wrote the book on mo' bettah food and vibes on Galveston Island. From burgers to hot-from-the-oven pizzas to weekend live entertainment to the jammin` outdoor patio, Yaga's Cafè & Bar is the place to go! Location: 2314 Strand Street, Galveston, TX 77550 Phone: 409-762-6676
Staff are always so friendly and food is always so delicious!!! Great place to have a home-cooked meal and some nice conversation for my family! Location: 6200 Seawall Blvd., Galveston, TX 77551 Phone: 409-744-1080