Noah's Ark Bar & Grill

(281) 339-2895 | View Website

4438 Boulevard St, Bacliff, TX | Directions   77518

29.511722 -94.978897

Open Hours

Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

 
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More Categories: Taverns

Cuisine: Traditional American, Mexican, Seafood

Price: $

Tags: Bar Scene, Date Spot, Family-Friendly Dining, Happy Hour, Late Night Dining, Live Music, Local Favorite, Lunch Spot, Outdoor Dining, People Watching, View Dining, Waterfront Dining

Payment Methods: MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

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Menu
Party Animal Platter, Jalapeno Peppers 4, Fried Mozzarella Cheese Sticks 4, Fried Mushrooms 10, Fried Zucchini 8, Beef Taquitos 6, Ark Wings -, Hot Chicks (4), Hot Mermaids (4), Hot Penguins (4)... more

Reviews for Noah's Ark Bar & Grill

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great Place for a bite and veiw – If your looking for a gourmet dinner/ breakfest this is not the place. my wife and I go there about every Sunday to enjoy the veiw food and the people. the staff well they been very busy and somtimes it take a while for service but when you get it comes with a big smile. so kick back and relax. Great Place for a stop on the Bike

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Horrid Food in a good location – First for the good part of the review: It is a pretty location on Galveston Bay and the outside tables are the place to be on a nice day.

Now for the rest. Maybe this place is so popular with the bikers because their taste buds are burned out from nicotine. Or maybe because they like the toothless hags that they use for waitresses (inefficient but cheerful I must admit). Or maybe the drugs have burned out so many brain cells that taste really doesn't matter to them any more. But the breakfast I had was so flat and tasteless that I struggle to find words to describe it. A 10 year old cooking breakfast for the first time could do better. The shrimp and cheese omelet (only ingredients) was made with the smallest canned shrimp that it is possible to buy. They claim it is a three egg omelet but if so, they are the smallest eggs ever laid. And when I requested a few mushrooms be added, they up charged me $1.50 -- for the equivalent of about two chopped mushrooms in this tiny omelet. The home fries were just chopped, fried potatoes. No peppers, no onions, not even any spices!

If you are the beer with breakfast type, then by all means come and enjoy the waterside dining. But if you look for your food to taste good, there are lots of *good* restaurants in this area.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great view, food and music – The beer batter they use on shrimp and onion rings is the best I have had. The music on Fridays is great if you are a Parrot Head, in fact, the group that meets there is the "Parrot Head Club" The selection of beers is pretty good, the mixed drinks are perfect, the food is perfect, so the service is a little slow. Get over it, you are on the bay watching the water. Relax spaz!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Great view of the bay, great burgers and sandwiches, good service! – If you a looking to dine at a place with a little character and alot of charm this is it. Food is consistenly good and so is the service. Can get crowded on the weekends but the staff generally tries to get your food out quickly. Our family has been going here on the weekends for about 4 years and we love it. The $1.50 Mimosas, Bloody Mary's and beers on the weekend are a plus. Their Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich is really, really good!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

awesome burgers – I love this place.Me and my fiancee come here every now and than.We usually get a burger and they are so tasty.The oysters are good and the service is great.good atmosphere and they have a juke box.great place to have a couple of beers and sit out and enjoy the view.Will definitely keep coming.

Suzie

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Don't go here if you are hungry! – Our group rode to this place today and after 2 hours I was told my food was canceled because one of our guys got tired of waiting and left.

They knew our big group was coming there and they did not have enough staff. I heard in the summer it's even worse. The manager wasn't any better! Once she knew how long we were waiting I still didn't get any food.

Don't waste your time unless you're on a starvation diet!

Recommends
4.5
over a year ago

Enjoy views of Galveston Bay and the roar of Harleys at this come-as-you-are seafood and burger joint. – The Scene
The pace and scenery at this waterfront (well, across the street) restaurant in sleepy Bacliff couldn't be more different than at the contemporary seafood restaurants 30 miles away in Houston. A pair of front-yard decks offer a dozen tables each, while a rooftop deck has room for large groups, along with a great view of the bay. A smoky indoor dining room features neon beer signs, wooden tables, a wrap-around bar and a timeless quality that makes you feel like it could be 1984. Service is slow-paced but friendly.

The Food
Fresh Gulf Coast seafood, burgers, Mexican food, steaks and salads top the menu. Favorites include grilled and fried oysters, shrimp and fish, jalapeno burgers, cheese burgers and po-boy sandwiches. The bar is known for its tart margaritas, doctor-yourself bloody mary's, ice-cold buckets of beer and--for Jimmy Buffett fans--Landshark Lager. Desserts are seasonal and can include key lime pie, ice cream and pecan pie.

Hits: When in season, the raw oysters go down great with crackers, fresh lemon and Tabasco sauce.
Misses: The chili burger tends to come out with a soggy bun and can-quality chili.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Harley Hangout – This is our secret Harley hangout, so I should not even share it with the masses. But hey, if you're on your bike for a drive to the coast or Kemah, check out Noah's. It's a little place hidden along the back roads of Bacliff, with outdoor tables looking out onto Galveston Bay. If you're in the mood for great, juicy hamburgers, chicken fried steak, or fresh oysters follwed by a ice-cold beer while talking bikes, then this is the place. But hey, if your ride is not a V-Twin two-wheeler, then you're probably going to be out of your element here.

Shush though; don't tell anyone else about this place. It's our private biker's hangout.

 

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