This wonderful restaurant has closed. We were very sad. Our favorite, when in Galveston 😥.....best wishes to the family.
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This family owned restaurant is where my husband and I had Romantic dinners for 2 when we were dating 20 years ago. Now we come back with family and friends every time we are visiting Galveston. Before dinner they serve you antipasto and garlic bread....More
We saw this delightful neighbourhood looking restaurant close to our house. So, after a long day at the beach with thought what would be better than some good home cooked Italian and get our carbs on. As soon as we walked in we were given...More
When we travel we like to find "local" places to eat rather than the usual chains or highly touristy restaurants. We felt like we found a winner with this place. This is a small cozy place with a charming ambiance, good food and friendly service....More
Food was so good, The lady that waited on us was so nice. We told them that the Consiere at Hotel Galvez recommended their restaurant. We highly recommend it as well.
Small, owner greets you at the door. Cozy old world booths with tons of family photos on walls, great ambience. Delicious, flavorful & tender marinated rib-eye, your choice of pasta topped with rich succulent red sauce, salad with home-made Italian dressing approx. $25.00. Includes bread...More
I'm an east coast boy and this is some of the best Italian food I have ever had. I've been going to DiBella's for 15 years. Portions are huge. Service is friendly and have been there for years. Charley DiBella treats everybody like old friends....More
Haven't been here in several years-SO many good restaurants on the island BUT you must make stop here!! Owner/servers are so friendly...place is so quaint and romantic. Great atmosphere!! The meat lasagna is the best ever- get both the red and cream sauce! My mom...More
We went there without any recommendations, and WOW was the food great! The staff was very friendly and service was excellant! We highly recommend people to go here, and the atmosphere was wonderful!