This charming gem of a restaurant is nestled in the architecturally appealing community of Beachtown, on the island’s East End, just a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Galveston proper. The food is fun and not overcomplicated. Simple, fresh ingredients shine in dishes like classic fried green tomatoes, crispy and juicy and served with a Cajun-spiced ranch dressing; almond-crusted local snapper and scallops with an orange beurre blanc; and chicken sauvignon, the pan-seared breast resting on a heaping mound of creamy, slightly tangy linguine with mushrooms, bacon, and capers. The coastal-casual environment feels good, whether you’re sitting outside on the spacious porch or in the light and airy interior. Without a doubt this is the perfect setting for weekend brunch.