It's all outdoor, covered seating but with the ocean there's a nice cool breeze. Late nights it turns into a full bar with 21 or up crowd.
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Stopped here on a day trip loop through Galveston. Ate outside on the deck facing the ocean on a gorgeous sunny day. We weren't really hungry so ordered some chips/salsa and mozzarella sticks along with our Shiner Bock drafts. Finished up with a little cheesecake...More
Pirates' Alley used to be the best place for relaxing at Surfside Beach. Now SEAHORSE is still better with the new ownership/management : place has been enlarged, fortunately they did not change the basic: the "atmosphere", much better service, going from formerly a kind of...More
Of course I always wonder if some reviews are written by those who are simply unhappy. This restaurant is a typical beach spot with good food that was served to us in a timely fashion, the view is fantastic and they are continuing to expand....More
You will not find many restaurants in Surfside. Pirates Alley Cafe was not bad. The prices are reasonable and the service was great.
Thought we would give them another try. But after an hours wait, still no food. We were given the "excuse that our order must have been more complicated than the other people's who came in after us and are already done eating . If a...More
We have eaten here several times and will continue to come back. Dogs are allowed on the patio and when the waitress comes to take our drink order, she always asks if our dog would like some water. We usually split the San Antonio Burger...More
We ate here on Friday evening. The shrimp were not fresh. They tasted like they were frozen and pre-battered. Unedible! The mashed potatoes were instant and pasty. The catfish was not very good. Four of us ate here and with no alcoholic beverages our bill...More
This is a busy place and we ate at the bar rather than wait for a table. Fish tacos were very good and bartender very friendly. We saw several delicious looking meals going out of the kitchen.