We’re taking you to the Gulf Coast for one mouthwatering maritime affair, then reeling in New Orleans’ best eats in the Bayou City. You’ll love the Hill Country’s wonderful “warehouse” for all things organic and delicious!
Dock in Galveston for one of the most exquisite dining experiences in the Coastal Bend! Rudy & Paco is known for its sensational surf and turf that got started more than 20 years ago.
We’re calling our coastal cuisine lovers on Goodtaste with Tanji! Jet to the Gulf Coast for a mouthwatering maritime affair, then party it up at the Bayou City’s year-round Mardi Gras celebration!
It’s my duty to spread the good news about one of my all-time favorite seafood joints…that’s Gaido’s in Galveston; a restaurant that recently celebrated it’s 100th year anniversary! I caught up with Nicolas Gaido for a crash course in their New Orleans-style Barbeque Shrimp.
It was at a grand oyster and wine tasting in Houston that I got a chance to pair one of my all time favorite Sauv Blancs – Girard Sauvignon Blanc – with some re-discovered oysters from a centuries old reef in Galveston Bay.
I admit my love affair with oysters began out west…on a west coast vacation about ten years ago to be exact. It was a romantic getaway to start with, but throwing a few oysters into the mix didn’t hurt.
There is something so cool about walking into a restaurant from your childhood and realizing that, at the core of it all, the good things you remember have remained the same. Recently that happened to me when we took our cameras to Gaidos– the century-old seafood restaurant in Galveston, Texas.
Attention all you seafood lover’s: Galveston Island is a year-round paradise! September, however, is especially noteworthy with the Galveston Island Shrimp Festival to be held September 23-25. It features some of the best shrimp gumbo the Gulf Coast has to offer!