Jun 21, 2013 | 2:35 pm
Shrimp n Stuff has been feeding seafood loving locals and island visitors in Galveston since 1976. Self dubbed "the place where locals love to eat," it's now finally getting some legitimate national attention.
Coastal Living Magazine has named Shrimp n Stuff one of "Our 22 Favorite Seafood Dives" in America.
The magazine writes:
"This Galveston institution, founded in 1976, still looks like the old-fashioned corner grocery that it used to be. Shrimp, not surprisingly, dominates the menu. The po' boys, with homemade tartar sauce, are especially good — and, at $5.99 to $7.99, a great deal."
Not bad for a dive. Shrimp n Stuff is known locally for its affordable seafood dinners, particularly po' boys, gumbos and salads. Now some tourists might be able to find it too.