Less than eight miles from Club of the Isle is an entertainment and dining destination known as Pier 21.
Texas Seaport Museum
The Texas Seaport Museum is where visitors can share the adventures of the high seas. It’s best known as the home of the 1877 tall ship ELISSA, a National Historic Landmark. Walk the ship’s deck and witness her dramatic rescue from the scrap yard in the adjacent theater. The museum also tells the story of a rich legacy of seaborne commerce and immigration, and visitors can search for ancestors using a database with the names of more than 133,000 immigrants who entered the country through Galveston.
Pier 21 Theater
At Pier 21 Theater, history buffs can enjoy three documentary films that highlight Galveston Island’s major events. Watch Great Story and The Pirate Island of Jean Laffite on the big screen daily, and Galveston-Gateway on the Gulf Monday through Thursday.
Nonno Tony’s World Kitchen
Nonno’s is Italian for grandfather, and this restaurant provides a family friendly atmosphere where guests can relax and enjoy a delicious meal. It features exceptional service and an open kitchen where the chefs prepare Asian fusion, Italian, Creole, and traditional American fare. Meals include filet mignon, Mediterranean pizza, and Gulf fried shrimp.
Willie G’s Seafood & Steaks
Named one of the “10 Best Seafood Restaurants in Galveston” by USA Today, Willie G’s is the preferred restaurant of top athletes and entertainers who reside and visit Houston. The modern dining room features custom furnishings and artwork, and the chefs prepare the menu offerings using seasonal ingredients. Options include cold water lobster tail, shrimp enchiladas, and NY strip.
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