“Come and enjoy fresh fish!”
Snoopy's Pier was literally a product of the Redfish Wars, a battle over commercial fishing rights in the inland waterways and bay systems of Texas. As with many commercial fishermen in the late 70's and early 80's, Ernie Buttler realized the Redfish Wars signaled the beginning of the end of the commercial fishing industry in Texas.Over time, the place was transformed with a lot of hard work and patience into a family-friendly seafood restaurant. Special attention is given to providing local harvested quality seafood at affordable prices. We have an on-site fish house and shrimp breading facility that enables us to monitor and control the quality and freshness of our seafood. In 1993 Scoopy's was added to give Snoopy's customers a choice of tasty treats.
No trip to a beach town is complete without a little seafood in your belly. Snoopy's is an area legend, serving up delicious fried seafood on paper plates, just like you'd hope for at a little seaside dive! Absolutely must eat at Snoopy's.
Was told this was a locals tradition and was happy with the experience. They open up the back of the restaurant to make seating on the inside seem more like sitting outside, minus the wind. Was nice watching the birds play on the deck, which also has tables for perfect seating on a pretty day. The food was delicious and we all enjoyed how courteous and friendly the staff was. Be sure to order at the front desk and then seat yourself, had to ask because its laid back local atmosphere, guess its like everyone just knows. Its pretty much self serve, but that doesn't detract from it being just a great place to eat.
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