Dine on discounted dishes around the Island for Galveston Restaurant Week

Oysters at Gaido's Seafood Restaurant | Courtesy of Galveston CVB

Take a tasty tour of more than thirty eateries across the Island during Galveston Restaurant Week from Saturday, January 25 through Sunday, February 9, 2020.

The ninth annual Galveston Restaurant Week is underway this month, with dozens of restaurants from the Island’s lively culinary scene offering discounted and prix fixe menus that please the palate.

For two weeks, Galveston Restaurant Week highlights fresh ingredients and flavorful dishes from the city’s delectable dining gems. From Gulf Coast seafood and steakhouses to Italian and Tex-Mex, Galveston Restaurant Week is serving up delicious fare for hungry patrons at savory prices.

Click here for more information and a list of participating restaurants, or scroll down to see a list of the menus.

Courtesy of Fisherman’s Wharf

Prix fixe feasting

Throughout Galveston Restaurant Week, diners will find price points that please with two- and/or three-course dinners that run between $20 and $35; and two-course breakfasts, brunches, and lunches that cost between $10 and $20.

Where possible, reservations are strongly recommended to ensure that you can enjoy these delicious offerings.

Participating Restaurants

Galveston Restaurant Week brings together more than thirty restaurants from around the Island and across many cuisines for a celebration of Galveston’s culinary scene.

Seawall Boulevard

Grass Fed Bison Hamburger with Lettuce and Cheese | Courtesy of Shark Shack Beach Bar & Grill

Downtown and Harborside Drive

Photo courtesy of Galveston CVB

Offatts Bayou + Moody Gardens

Gulf Freeway

Galveston Restaurant Week 2020

Courtesy of Galveston CVB

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