Dining Guide

Summer All Year Long at George’s of Galilee

The menu and views are always fresh at this Port of Galilee institution

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Dining at George’s of Galilee is more than just a meal – it’s an experience. A Rhode Island tradition since 1948, the third-generation family restaurant continues to delight diners with its outstanding boat-to-plate cuisine, sweeping waterfront views and customer service.

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. With a focus on community and a commitment to quality, George’s is a South County icon that only gets better with age.

Raising the Bar
Bigger is indeed better at George’s. The largest waterfront restaurant in the state offers seven dining rooms on two floors with seating for up to 500 people. In the warmer months, the covered upstairs deck and outdoor dining area is complete with lively bars and daily live entertainment. Creative cocktails are always in season, from tropical concoctions on the deck to hot toddies by the fireplace.

5 Best Lobster Dishes

Galilee Style Lobster
Baked stuffed with scallops and shrimp, topped with house lobster bisque

Lobster and Steak
With a fresh, hand-cut char-grilled 14 oz rib eye

Grilled Lobster
Brushed with garlic butter, char-grilled, topped with shrimp and scallops

Sizzling Lobster Casserole
Baked with shallots, garlic, sherry, cream, sharp cheddar and panko crumbs

Steamed or Baked Stuffed
Straight from local waters to your table

250 Sandhill Cove, Port of Galilee 401-783-2306