"Across the street from the Frank Gehry designed Santa Monica
Museum of Art, The Galley, since 1934, is one of the few truly classic
neighborhood haunts left in L.A., complete with sawdust on the floor,
a jukebox of old favorites, and yes, red naugahyde booths, where
you can enjoy dining by candlelight."
“The drinks are excellent pours.”
Captain Ron claims that in the past 17 years he has never heard
anyone complain about the size of the pour.
“The portions are incredibly generous and the steaks
are great quality.”
Captain Ron takes pride in size of The Galley's jumbo shrimp the
fact that the exact same steaks are more expensive elsewhere.
“The service is always friendly.”
Captain Ron boasts about the friendly service of his staff. He explains it as a CHEERS like atmosphere, where first time guests are treated like Norm. He wants people to turn off their televisions and computers and head down to The Galley to talk to somebody.