Mount Olive has occupied the same property since 1876.
Mount Olive was organized in 1876 as an extension of Avenue L Missionary Baptist Church, the Reverend I. S. Campbell, pastor.
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Olympia Grill at Pier 21
Seafood · $$$
100 21st St. #28 100 21st St.
"Delicious hummus and tzaziki dip. The gyro was huge and very filling. This is now my favorite Galveston food stop. The Bloody Mary was good too."
Steakhouse · $$
1502 Seawall Blvd (at 15th St.)
"The Saltgrass Steak House recaptures the flavor of the open campfire. Steaks, chicken, and seafood, chargrilled to perfection. Complete with breads, soups and desserts, made fresh daily."
Seafood · $$
Pier 22 (at Harborside Dr)
"Jumbo Burger was very filling and delicious! Lovely view of the water and boats! Will definitely come back and recommend to friends! #HappyCustomer (-:"
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