Architecture, Food, Historic Sites, Photography, Restaurants and hotels, Travel and Food, USA Travel Galveston Gourmet Photo Essay Sunday, 7 August 2011 Marc d'Entremont 7 Comments Saltwater Cafe’s decorative lamp, soft sculptures and Silver Spoon Award hanging just below the 6′ Ike water level marker Galveston, Texas, from breakfast at the Tremont through a late night cocktail at M & M’s, this city should be on any foodie’s culinary map. Mosquito Cafe Ship Channel from Willy G’s M & M Restaurant & Bar Tremont House Hotel’s restored 1888 Henry Toujouse rosewood bar from the former First Henry’s Cafe Tremont House Hotel lounge from the Cafe Star Drug Store, 1906 Save Share this:TwitterEmailPrintFacebookRedditLinkedInPinterestMoreTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
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