Best Spanish restaurants nearby. Discover the best Spanish food in Galveston. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Spanish restaurants near you.. More than 30 miles of beaches plus a wealth of cultural and historic institutions make this island a Gulf of Mexico vacation hot spot. If you go, don't forget your walking shoes: With 14 museums and 20 art galleries, plus several historic homes and mansions, there's a lot of ground to cover. Armchair pilots will love the Lone Star Flight Museum and those with more of a nautical interest can check out the Texas Seaport Museum. Families will enjoy the many child-friendly attractions, including Moody Gardens, with its replica of a tropical rain forest. It's easy to get caught up in all the activities, but don't forget to spend some downtime in the sun and on the beach.
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4 based on 112 reviews
Stopped by here after hearing about this place from some locals. The place stays busy, the parking lot stays packed, and you can see folks coming in and out on a constant basis. The breakfast burritos that we got were good, larger than I expected, and freshly made. The only downside was the price. I paid over $17 for 4 burritos. Granted they were bigger than the ones I usually buy but I also only pay 99 cents for the ones I buy in San Antonio. Not a bad place to at least try out, I would be willing to go again but next time they a different meal.
3 based on 686 reviews
Close to our hotel we decided to have dinner at this place, but it was not a good idea. We ordered first margaritas, they don't have any good taste, it look like lemonade, but we have a good service. The food was really greasy and no good but expensive, the atmosphere was OK. I think the people who run the place don't care about the quality of the food, the location close to the beach is very good and is enough for make money.For sure we never come back, the next time I take my car for find a good restaurant. I don't recommend this place.
4 based on 36 reviews
This place has great products but the beauty of it is that they also have a restaurant on site, they sell chicharrones, fajita tacos, menudo i believe only on weekends and the prices are not bad at all. recommended to anyone.
4 based on 23 reviews
Great place for breakfast and lunch. Try the big chorizo and egg breakfast taco or the pork chop plate if you are in the mood for meat. Good prices. Friendly service. Lots of seating but parking limited. They are closed on Monday's.
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