5 Reasons to go to George's of Galilee

Providence Monthly Magazine ·

1. The food options are unbelievable.
Seafood is the signature specialty here – be it grilled, sautéed, baked or fried. Clams, shrimp, oysters, lobster, mussels, fluke and salmon are just a sampling of what’s available on the award-winning seafood menu. Hand-cut ribeye steaks, freshly made pastas, sushi, healthy options (such as gluten-free, lactose-free and vegan dishes) and kids’ favorites are also among the delicious options available daily for lunch and dinner.

2. The fish is fresh off the boat.
Nestled in the port of Galilee, George’s is committed to the fishing village and its community of commercial fishermen. The restaurant buys its fish directly from local day boats to serve fresh and responsibly caught seafood.

3. It’s the place to be.
There’s no better way to spend an afternoon than updating your Instagram from George’s picture-perfect outdoor patio overlooking Salty Brine Beach. The covered upstairs deck and outdoor dining area brim with lively bars and live music and entertainment seven days a week in the summer.

4. It’s a Rhode Island icon.
A local tradition since 1948, the third-generation family restaurant continues to delight diners with its outstanding food, sweeping waterfront views and customer service. Dining here is more than just a meal – it’s an experience. The largest waterfront restaurant in the state offers seven dining rooms on two floors with seating for up to 500 people. The recently renovated Harbor View Room offers a private event space and breathtaking views.

5. There’s always something going on.
From summer volleyball leagues to beach blanket service and all-you-can-eat Friday Fish Fest and their famous weekday Buck-A-Shuck special, there’s plenty of fun to be had at George’s.



George’s of Galilee
250 Sand Hill Cove, Port of Galilee
783-2306

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