Best Cheap Eats In Galveston

Best Cheap Eats In Galveston

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Galveston.

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    Pancakes and omelets are the choice options here, unless you’re bold enough to go for steak and eggs, or even a chicken fried steak and eggs. Be sure to get the country potatoes. -- Galveston.com via Foursquare
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    Salsas has been featured in Texas Monthly and the Galveston Daily News for "Best Mexican Restaurant and Best Margarita". -- Galveston.com via Foursquare
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    From sandwiches to hot-from-the-oven pizzas to weekend live entertainment to the jammin' outdoor patio, Yaga's Cafe and Bar is the place to go when you're ready for Jamaican-style good times. -- Galveston.com via Foursquare
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    Waitress Eden is the bomb diggity!! Ordered soup salad combo for $10. Huge dinner size salad and big bowl of soup!! Great deal and awesome food!! Would come back!! -- Kristen Smith via Foursquare
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    The Spot is a Galveston staple. You can sit out on the deck and enjoy the sunshine all while getting everything from burgers to homemade shakes. I love that you can bring your dog and sit outside. -- Social News Network via Foursquare
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    The menu offers something for everyone, from soups and simple salads, through more complex and pricey dishes. Atmosphere is casual and friendly. -- Jim Cordell via Foursquare
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    Service was top notch, and the food, AMAZING. Had the chicken fried steak with sausage gravy, and probably one of the best I've had. Reasonable prices on food and beverage as well. -- Aaron Schlottman via Foursquare
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    Sad to say, but my tip is to eat somewhere else. I love Rainforest Cafe, but the food and service of this restaurant get two thumbs down! Salty, pricy and no flavor! -- Raylene Lewis via Foursquare
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    My only regret about this place is that we are leaving tomorrow and we only ate here once - best place I've been in Galveston! -- Shawn Tuma via Foursquare
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    You can't go wrong or leave hungry with the bowl of gumbo & fried shrimp or oyster poboy. Oysters 3 way are outstanding, also. -- Tad Lewis via Foursquare
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    Service was good but food was just okay! Very Americanized and not Authentic beside the name of the dishes. Food is out fast but not cooked properly. -- Jay Whetsel via Foursquare
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    Service staff is friendly but it took almost 45 minutes to get our food. Don't recommend the fish tacos but the mango daquiri is delish. -- Penelope Lester via Foursquare
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