We were planning to go to Gaidos but they had a hour and a half wait so we went to sister restaurant Nick’s right next door. The food was delicious. The shrimp po-boy was one of the best I’ve had. The lobster bisque was outstanding....More
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Since i was censored by what is probably an algorithim, let me say that the crab cakes were richer than some sorry, misbegotten, guys cabinet. The oysters on the half shell were tremendous and the gumbo made me want to sneak in the kitchen. Don't...More
Food was good. The pecan pie was TO DIE FOR!!! Neat little front covered patio area with comfortable seating. It was way too cold for us to be outside, but I'm sure it is used a lot when the weather is warmer.
Our family of 5 ate a late supper at Nicks and everyone was pleased with their meals. Shrimp gumbo, redfish ponchatrain, mahi mahi with mango chutney and grouper. The mahi mahi was very fresh and light, the shrimp gumbo was the best my husband has...More
Adjoining Gaido's, but much less formal. We shared onion rings, an appetizer portion of Shrimp, and fish tacos. Food was very good. Service was friendly and efficient. The only down side was having a large and loud party seated beside us (2). But they were...More
This was my first trip to Galveston and our first time at Nick’s. We had an amazing experience! We ordered the shrimp lunch special and the food was incredible! Our server Patrick was very attentive and did a wonderful job explaining the menu’s options. Thank...More
Large group had reservations at another local seawall restaurant but when large party arrived the restaurant could not accommodate the group. My husband and I have a place on the island whereas the rest of the group was from all over Texas and other states....More