Gaido's

Row 1

Details
3800 Seawall Blvd
Galveston, TX 77550
(409) 762-9625
Seafood
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Gaido's has a reputation for consistently fresh and well-prepared food. There is something for everyone. If you've not dined at Gaido's, you haven't really explored Galveston.
  • word on the street is that Gaido's Seafood Restaurant is the best place to eat in Galveston. Also, the pecan pie is famous and can be shipped anywhere in the US.
  • Blackened seared Tuna Local from 3miles out! Absolutely to die for! Sushi grade Tuna. Try it Rare!!!!
  • The bisque is to die for! Must try.
  • Gaido's has a reputation for consistently fresh and well-prepared food. There is something for everyone. If you've not dined at Gaido's, you haven't really explored Galveston.
  • You must try the Watkins bisque. It is incredible! The fried asparagus w/lump crab meat and Ahi tuna are also delicious. Ask for Chr
  • Gulf oyster is extremely fresh!! Soup combination tastes like heaven!! Platters and fish are really fresh and delicious I love the texture of them!! Everything is really fresh!! Vann is really kind: )
  • The Fried Stuffed Shrimp and Brooks' Gumbo is to die for! Excellent service as well, ask for Natasha. :)
  • Best deal is not on the menu - ask for captains plate - 1/2 entree, soup or salad & dessert for price of full entree.
  • Seafood heaven. Snapper Michael, Brooks gumbo and the fried shrimp cant be beat. Right on the Seawall. Parking is tight in the front, parking lot in the back. Fun waiters who know lots of history.
  • Wwwwwow...wow
  • Enjoyed the stuffed blue crab!
  • Don't ever order the oysters!
  • Try our special for today! Ask your server about it
  • Justin is a great waiter! Fantastic service.
  • Wedge salad, gumbo, Red snapper wade and shrimp wade - yummy. Sauteed lump crab was full of shells.
  • Had fried shrimp and fries, it was great!
  • The cold shrimp plate where the shrimp are cut square.
  • I heard my Uncle raving about Gaidos in the 60's ... In Europe, I heard a couple talking about Gaido's as the best seafood in America. I have been many times by accident and will go back again.
  • The tomatoes and grilled charcoal oysters are all amazing. Try the bisque- to due for.