About this Business
From Our Editors
In 1948, George's of Galilee started serving up fresh dishes with locally sourced seafood, and it caught on. Over the years, Rhode Islanders poured in to devour award-winning clam chowders and lobster bisques, grilled fish, and prime rib while gazing out at picturesque views of the Block Island Sound. Nowadays, the eatery's menu showcases modern cuisine, including fish tacos and applewood bacon mussels, alongside the popular classics.
No matter where patrons choose to dine—in one of five dining rooms throughout two floors or outside—they can still enjoy the same ocean view that lured in diners in 1948, minus the beach-goers sporting zoot suits.