If you’re looking for comfort food after a day of sailing, kayaking, fishing or strolling along the Chula Vista Bayfront, I’d choose to end your day at the Galley At The Marina.
The Galley At The Marina
They’ve got outside tables overlooking the sailboat slips. They also have a bar, if you are so inclined. Happy Hour is available and so is live music on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
My husband and I tend to like this place when we want a little watering hole to relax for an hour or two somewhere scenic, but not too far away from home.
Their menu has a little something for everyone. I, of course, like the steamed clams and mussels since seafood seems appropriate while overlooking the bay. They have a wide selection of fish, including salmon, halibut, swordfish, mahi mahi, red snapper and baja fish tacos. The menu also claims their fish & chips are famous!
You probably could fill up nicely on the starters, especially if you’re here for lunch. Try the zucchini tempura or their Maryland crab cakes. They have lots of soup and salad choices. I had the blue cheese salad:
They also have sandwiches, melts and burgers. We had the prime rib sandwich.
If, like me, you suffer from Mahlneid, which is a German word that means “coveting thy neighbor’s restaurant order” then you’ll understand when I say that two other plates looked divine: the grilled calamari sandwich and the lobster crab bacon avocado on a French roll.
Make sure to leave some room for their desserts: New York Cheesecake, brownie delight or hot apple crisp a la mode.
There’s a Children’s Menu and don’t forget to take a look at their dinner specials. It’s all-you-can-eat spaghetti & meatballs on Mondays, three taco Tuesdays, 1/2 pound cheeseburgers on Wednesdays, and all-you-can-eat fish & chips on Thursdays.
Address: 550 Marina Pkwy, Chula Vista, CA 91910
For Reservations Call: (619) 422-5714