Had a nice dinner here with a friend. We both left satisfied and enjoyed the meal. The restaurant was clean and comfortable. Will probably go again next time I'm in town.
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Galveston's East End Historical District should be given significant attention in a visit to Galveston Island. It was the original settlement that grew into a bustling Port City and established the Gateway to the State of Texas from the Gulf of Mexico. One can take...More
Had lunch with hubs n my cousin, her first trip here. Started with brie app, it's so good with those parmesan bread crisps! I had my turkey divinity, hubs had steak sandwich, cousin had island slammer. We all enjoyed our food! We may return before...More
Never been disappointed and the desserts are sooooo delicious. Try the daily special. The service is great. Place can be crowded but it is worth the wait.
To wait in a line for a half hour to order, with only 6 -8 in front of you is too long in my book, no matter how good the food. They need a better system. Then, food of others who ordered behind us came...More
We were touring the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling and Rig Museum and completed our tour right before lunch. We asked the guides at the Museum for a place that was close and served a good lunch. The Mosquito Cafe was the unanimous recommendation. The lunch...More
Had the Nancy BET-C...Eggs Benedict with a twist...sun-dried tomatoes, bacon, fresh croissant. Mom had the crustless quiche and apple pecan salad. We lucked out and didn’t have much of a wait, but it would have been worth it. The line was out the door when...More
While on a girls weekend getaway, we visited Mosquito Cafe for dinner. We all got something different and shared. Nothing was disappointing. The Macaroni Schnitzel was great. Very unique. Ask for their $10 bottle of wine special. It is not advertised but it was a...More