Fisherman's Wharf

Row 1

Pier 22 (at Harborside Dr)
Galveston, TX 77550
(409) 765-5708
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The wifi password is 4097655708
  • This Texas-sized establishment is the perfect spot to unwind, ideally situated next to the Historic Strand District, the Tall Ship Elissa and Galveston Cruise Terminal.
  • Great food. Friendly service. Nice view from the patio.
  • My favourite place to eat in Galveston! Never disappointed when I come. Rick is the sweetest waiter! The bread bowls are so filling & deliciouse! + an amazing view, what's not to love!
  • The wifi password is their phone number: 4097655708
  • Jumbo Burger was very filling and delicious! Lovely view of the water and boats! Will definitely come back and recommend to friends! #HappyCustomer (-:
  • Definitely overpriced. But so is everything else over here. Overall not a terrible choice.
  • don't get raw oysters if u have a sensitive palate as I do; every single of them were filled with grainy stuff which I had to spit out... other foods were also below average. :(
  • Sit outside to watch the cruise ships pass by while tasting some delicious oysters on the half shell.
  • For a very rich meal, order the stuffed tilapia. It's stuffed with crab and in a rich lobster sauce! Yum!!!
  • St Arnold Elissa beer's profits go to the Elissa. So, have an Elissa IPA while looking at the Elissa!
  • If you find that the wait is too long, consider having appetizers in the bar- it's cheaper and there's stills view of the water
  • good food and great location. will visit every time we visit
  • Crab queso y'all!
  • Shrimp & View
  • Nice range of places to eat..rather expensive for a typical night's meal...but a special meal while vaction is an except to just a standard
  • Everything I've ever had here is great.
  • Favorite spot in Galveston
  • Love that they have a variety of foods and are good for a big party
  • Awesome food and great view of the Elissa. The scenery here isn't as nice as the Seawall.