Now that Mardi Gras has come and gone, this island is enjoying a quiet off-season until Spring Break abruptly awakes locals to the realization that tourists will continue to come and go, leaving hurricanes of joy, profit, and sometimes annoying tracks of disrespectful messes in their wake. But do not let this fool you, the food scene is booming, giving Houston a little competition, and rightfully so, the island has been here longer and endured far more trials and shared in far more cultural heritages which has produced eclectic personalities and palates!
This Valentine’s Day make sure you place reservations at a wonderful Galveston Island restaurant, even if you are farther inland around the greater Houston area. Enjoy the laid back relaxation the big city just cannot reproduce, here on this timeless island. Want to enjoy a few drinks, book a stay at the historic Tremont House Hotel or the Galvez, and then simply call one of our many Taxis.
Here is a list of 5 great choices, though the choices are a small portion of the hefty helpings served here in Galveston.