Cajun Greek Restaruant

Spring Time is here and it’s that time of the year to hang out on the coast and indulge into some fresh seafood, such as local favorite down south crawfish. Jamsource/Runway is traveling local spots to get the best food, socializing and unique spirits first hand, and this Easter Weekend we hung out at a local favorite the Cajun-Greek Restaurant in Galveston, Texas.

The menu offers a wide variety of specialty seafood plates that will tap into your taste buds and satisfy your appetite. The diners can choose a number of tastes at Cajun Greek’s from a comforted family size table or maybe sat at the horseshoe-shaped counter.

The house specialty is Gajun Greek Snapper and they are also known for their great Poboys, Boiled Crawdads, Catfish and Fresh Blackened Flounder, Gyros and Shrimp Mediterranean. Now if you’re feeling something less adventurous, they also serve a variety of bugers and sandwiches. Plus the managers Dmytro Ivanov and Jessica Dovona are there to assist in your dining needs and help choose from one of many drinks available from their beer and wine selections. The dining experience is set for a fantastic time with flat screens offered to keep up with the games for the sport fans.

2226 61st St
Galveston, TX 77551
Phone: 409-744-7041

 

Hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-9pm; Sat-Sun 11am-10pm

Cuisine:
American, Cajun, European, Greek, Seafood

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Bar Dining, Take Out

 

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