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Kemah / Seabrook Restaurants

Merlion Restaurant
1. Merlion Restaurant
4.9
787 reviews
$$$$
Thai | Kemah / SeabrookBooked 10 times todayExcellent as always. Noise level was expected. I requested bar seating.
Landry's Seafood House - Kemah
2. Landry's Seafood House - Kemah
4.6
19 reviews
$$$$
Seafood | Kemah / SeabrookBooked 10 times todayFriendly and helpful staff. A little slow for the restaurant to be empty but the food was very good.
The Flying Dutchman Restaurant & Oyster Bar
3. The Flying Dutchman Restaurant & Oyster Bar
4.0
226 reviews
$$$$
Seafood | Kemah / SeabrookBooked 7 times todayGreat food. Great staff.
Bill's Bar & Burger - Kemah
4. Bill's Bar & Burger - Kemah
4.0
13 reviews
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American | Kemah / SeabrookIt was our first time at Bills and it didn’t disappoint. The food was great, the shakes were most impressive. It’s a fun atmosphere right on kemah Boardwalk and we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner.
Midnite Slice
5. Midnite Slice
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$$$$
Pizzeria | Kemah / Seabrook
Midnite Slice is located in historic old Seabrook and is actually in the first post office. The building is over 100 years old with rich wood walls and floors. There is an open kitchen concept inside so you can watch us prepare your meal or explore the album covers on the ceiling.
Outside we...

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With Galveston Bay as their backdrop, it's no wonder Kemah and Seabrook, small communities along the Texas Gulf coast, are popular dining destinations. Five seafood markets line Waterfront Drive in Seabrook and feature freshly caught seafood from the bay. Seabrook also offers authentic Mexican food; you're not going to find any cheddar cheese on your plate when eating true Mexican food. Kemah, the “Gateway to the Bay,” is located halfway between Houston and Galveston Island. The Kemah Boardwalk is well known for live music, an aquarium, an amusement park, and great food. Many restaurants on the Kemah Boardwalk are on the waterfront, so visitors can go to a favorite steakhouse, pizza place, seafood restaurant, and even a buffet while also enjoying a view of the Gulf.

With Galveston Bay as their backdrop, it's no wonder Kemah and Seabrook, small communities along the Texas Gulf coast, are popular dining destinations. Five seafood markets line Waterfront Drive in Seabrook and feature freshly caught seafood from the bay. Seabrook also offers authentic Mexican food; you're not going to find any cheddar cheese on your plate when eating true Mexican food. Kemah, the “Gateway to the Bay,” is located halfway between Houston and Galveston Island. The Kemah Boardwalk is well known for live music, an aquarium, an amusement park, and great food. Many restaurants on the Kemah Boardwalk are on the waterfront, so visitors can go to a favorite steakhouse, pizza place, seafood restaurant, and even a buffet while also enjoying a view of the Gulf.

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