I have eaten at The Galley at both my visits to Mystic Seaport. Out of the four restaurants on the Seaport grounds it is both the cheapest and the easiest to squeeze into an activity-packed day. The food is a combination of your typical museum faire (burgers, chicken fingers, etc.) and quick seafood dishes such as fish and chips and lobster rolls. The service is very fast even when the Seaport is very busy. Quality-wise, the food is slightly better than what you usually find at museum cafeterias. I recommend it since it's the fastest of the four options, as Mystic Seaport has a ton to see to the point where it's difficult to do everything in one day. However, just because it's the fastest doesn't mean it's low-quality.
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