Located in a historic Galveston building dating to 1844, Prohibition Red’s is set on bringing the best craft burgers to the island, along with a little live music on the weekends. The main dining room’s dark wood walls are lined with oversized comfy booths; the patio outside is beautifully landscaped. We started with oven-roasted bacon-wrapped artichoke hearts, drizzled with caramelized brown sugar. The char-grilled pork chop was at least an inch and a half thick, tender and juicy, charred to perfection and perched on top of a mound of lyonnaise potatoes and Parmesan-baked tomatoes. The burgers are indeed tasty, as is the chicken-fried ribeye. Be sure to try breakfast too, served Thursday through Sunday until 1 p.m.