Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Galveston

Like A Local: Best Hidden Gems In Galveston

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Anyone can find the popular spots, but if you’re willing to embrace the unknown, you’ll find that Galveston is full of hidden gems.

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    Sit in the swings if you can! -- Ryan Bohac via Foursquare
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    Cold beer and sunset view! This place is dear to my heart - holds many, many precious memories for me, with my husband, and some of our closest friends. I'll miss going here with him. -- Jenepher Castillo via Foursquare
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    The oldest drug store in Texas - it has both tables and a counter for seating ... the breakfast was fantastic. Lots of historic pictures and stuff on the walls. Ice cream rocks! -- Gulfscapes 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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    This bar rocks. Tonight they were talkn about how Joe Biden should run for president in 2016. Love these guys at Safari Bar. -- Greg Roof via Foursquare
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    Brunch is only served on Saturday and Sundays, but I tried their version of a breakfast sandwich with fries and it really did the trick when I was craving breakfast food! -- Danielle Nicole via Foursquare
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    The 11/11/11 vertical epic is the ideal beer, limited time only though! Hints of hatch chili make this ale not one to be missed -- Jessica Antonelli via Foursquare
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    When it comes to good, island-style fun, grab the sunblock and sunshades and head over to Float, Galveston Island's place for tropical-style fun on legendary Seawall Boulevard. -- Galveston.com via Foursquare
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    The crab cakes Benedict were amazing! No fish and very little breading added. Wonderful service, but get here early! -- Leah Gaston via Foursquare
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    Magical atmosphere but laid back and cozy. If you look closely, the beautiful, carefully chosen antiques tell the history of the island. Very sweet, genuine local owner. Definitely my favorite spot! -- Suzie Bush via Foursquare
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    Grabbed some tacos to go - asada was very good, machacado was good, too -- Clint Lively via Foursquare
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