“they got crabs!”
San Giacinto Gaido first opened his doors to the beach-going public in 1911. The same year air conditioning was invented, the Gulf was teeming with a bounty of fresh seafood. From that day forward, Gaido’s popularity as the freshest fish house on the Gulf grew from S.G. Gaido’s unwavering commitment to serve only the best. Today, we still peel our Gulf shrimp, shuck our Galveston bay oysters and fillet our fresh fish, by hand, the same way SG did more than 100 years ago. Because the Gaido’s family has always remained passionate about food with our focus on taste. Our unique sauces, seasonings, salad dressings and delicious desserts are all house-made from time-tested family recipes. And over the decades, we blended in traditional southern deep-frying, Southwest open-flame grilling and rich Creole flavors. By infusing these wonderful surrounding cultures, Gaido’s creates a menu and an experience unlike any other perched on the seawall.
Gaido's is one of my favorite restaurants in the world. My favorite is the seafood bisque, I think it's called the Watkins Bisque now.
Old-school joint open since 1911. The grits and the pecan pie are must-orders, but ask the waiter or waitress what's fresh and in season!
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- Fri, Sat: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Sun - Thu: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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