Did you know that the earliest known macaroni and cheese recipe dates back to 1796? Today, chefs from coast to coast offer an inventive take on this classic comfort food favorite. If you would like to enjoy the best mac & cheese in Galveston, visit one of these restaurants where you’ll also find friendly service in a comfortable setting:
The Gumbo Diner
The Gumbo Diner is where New Orleans flair meets the beach. It’s a favorite among locals and visitors alike, and is open morning, noon, and night. In the kitchen, the chefs have perfected the kettle cooking concept. They use locally sourced products and start their day early to simmer the sauces and make the dressings from scratch. Enjoy the mac & cheese with the chicken fried chicken and a towering glass of melon tea.
San Luis Steakhouse
As the finest restaurant in Galveston, the San Luis Steakhouse is a proud recipient of the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award. It boasts an elegant yet laid back atmosphere. The eatery hosts many special occasion celebrations and features leather furnishings and handcrafted mahogany woodwork. The chefs use Midwest USDA grain-fed beef and other quality ingredients. Enjoy the lobster macaroni and cheese with the filet mignon or house-smoked double-cut pork chops.
Growing up, Ouida Cook spent summers cooking alongside her grandmother. Years later, while working at the tax office, she decided to make a change. On the way home, she stopped at the grocery store for a few necessary ingredients. A few hours later, Ouida left home with sixteen plates of meatloaf and mashed potatoes to sell. The meals quickly sold out, and soon Soul2Soul was born. It offers a homey atmosphere and bold dishes that have visitors coming back for more. This mac & cheese in Galveston is recommended with the fried pork ribs and banana pudding for dessert.
These are just three of the restaurants near our Galveston apartments. If you’re considering calling our community home, please contact us. We will schedule a personalized showing so you can see everything we have to offer.Back to all posts