Perched atop the Galveston seawall at the corner of Mike Gaido Boulevard and the Gulf of Mexico, Gaido's Famous Seafood Restaurant is a Texas institution. Gaido's has served diners for more than one hundred years, maintaining fine dining standards with subtle Texas charm in one of the largest fresh fish houses in all of the country.
This one-thousand-seat restaurant is famous for its selection of freshly filleted fish, accompanied by homemade soups, dressings breads, and sauces made from scratch. With this celebratory cookbook, readers can replicate famous drinks such as Gaido's Bloody Mary and the Wooden Shoe; iconic dishes such as Gaido's Crab Cakes, Brooks' Gumbo, and CY's Demise (Oysters); and desserts like Apple Butter Soufflé. The book also includes family history and restaurant history—the perfect gift for seafood lovers as well as readers who want to bring a piece of Texas culinary history to their kitchen.
Dimensions: 9 x .5 x 11