Shrimp 'N Stuff Restaurant quickly became known as "the place where the locals love to eat" since first opening in 1976. It’s just as popular today as it continues to serve affordable, delicious seafood dinners, po-boys, gumbo and salads all made in-house with the freshest ingredients available. http://www.galveston.com/shrimpnstuff/ Photo: KENNON EVETT, Galveston CVB / KENNON EVETT
... Also known as “How to Not Fit Into Your Bathing Suit in Galveston This Summer.” Because once you get your first taste of the ocean-fresh fish, Gulf shrimp-loaded gumbo, tantalizing steaks, and fried everything platters from these 13 Galveston Island spots, you’re going to want to eat ALL OF IT.
The Strand in Galveston, TX. The old down town of Galveston, it's filled with boutiques, coffee shops, and bars. It has many 100 year old buildings that survived the 1900 storm, so it's an interesting place to visit, especially if you like history. Plus the Elissa is docked there, the official tall ship of Texas that was built in 1877.