CRAFT COCKTAILS AND CRAFT BEERS
21 taps to pull & another 50+ brews & ciders in bottles & cans. Large formats on offer for sharing & pairing. Extensive tasting details available; breweries with Green/Sustainable practices noted.
Our mixed drinks balance Spirit, Acidity, Sugar, Bitters & Water - Proper Cocktails! Flavors are the sum of our staff's curiosity & inventiveness. Our Juices are Fresh-Squeezed; our Blue Cheese Olives Hand-Stuffed. Organic, Gluten-Free, Highly Distilled, Local & Small-Batch Spirits on offer with an emphasis on Superior, Clean Sips derived from Premium Ingredients.
GALLEY KITCHEN & BAR, BEST NEW RESTAURANT SOUTH, 2015
"When Galley opened last year in Scituate Harbor, it bridged the gap between townie bars and white-tablecloth bistros. Locals have responded in droves, packing the stylishly weathered wooden tables for chef-owner Brian Houlihan’s smartly executed small plates—fried lobster with wasabi aioli, duck drumettes with Thai chili. The Galley’s unusual weekend brunch menu, complete with grilled grapefruit, apple-cider fritters, and Fruity Pebble French toast, is justifiably popular.
CHEF BRIAN HOULIHAN WINS FIRST SCITUATE COOKING COMPETITION
"As they prepared their dishes for a cooking competition, chefs Brian Houlihan and Brett Williams were focused, but kept the atmosphere in the kitchen light. Barely looking up from their mixing bowls and cutting boards, the duo occasionally teased each other, offering smiles to the spectators who watched them, and even answering questions...Read More
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BY THE SEA
" Even before its Jan. 13 opening, Galley – the latest eatery in Scituate Harbor – was creating a buzz. For months curious onlookers would stop by the restaurant's Front Street location in hopes of catching a glimpse of the renovations taking place inside... Read More
"Galley kitchen and Bar, the chic spot that opened in mid-January on Front Street at Scituate Harbor, is the kind of place that leads to table envy. You want what the diner next to you has ordered.Luckily, the restaurant is small and informal enough that you can lean over and ask what it is you are coveting. (Or, if you’re shy, ask the friendly wait staff to inquire.) "... Read More
Smoked Duck Wing Drumettes fried & coated in Sweet Thai Chili Sauce. A perfect punch of Spicy, Sweet & Salty & a delicious introduction for those intimidated by Duck. Reeking of Duck Fat is guaranteed to land you on Brian's good side. His love of all things Duck is apparent in the many guises his favorite protein assumes throughout our menus including Bahn Mi, Duck Prosciutto, Duck Hash & Eggs, Confit Leg & Poutine.
CHEESE AND CHARCUTERIE BOARDS
Offerings vary throughout the week & include Cow, Goat, Sheep & Mixed Milk Cheeses. Fall features include Bayley Hazen Blue (WI); Rupert (VT); Humboldt Fog (CA); Seal Cove Olga (ME); Truffle Tremor (CA); Monte Alba Manchego (Esp); Il Forteto Pecorino (Ita); Saint Andre Triple Crème (Fr); & Kerry Gold (Ire).
Salumi selection showcases a variety of Cured Meats such as Coppa Picante, Speck Americano, Salameto, Chorizo & Prosciutto di Parma alongside Housemade Pates, Galantines, Ballotines & Terrines. Accoutrements to complement include House Cured Pickled Veggies, Homemade Mustards, Organic Honey, Inspired Compotes & Reductions.
Poke /poʊˈkeɪ/ is a raw fish salad we create with the freshest Ahi Tuna provided by Mullaney's Fish Market right here in Scituate Harbor. We receive Fresh Seafood every day of the week & it's not uncommon for Mullaney's Owner Joby Norton & Galley Owner Brian Houlihan to butcher fish shoulder to shoulder. This friendship has translated into some really beautiful food! We dice the finest Tuna; Toss with House Teriyaki; Top with Scallions, Wakame Seaweed Salad & Tobiko & Finish with Wasabi Aioli. Transportation courtesy of House Fried Wonton Chips.
To suggest that Galley took
a bit longer to launch than anticipated would be to undersell the point!
But here we are, in the midst of our third year, & the pains of some unexpected renovations have all been replaced by the joy of doing business on Front Street.
So many imaginative, patient & local people put a fingerprint on our creation.
Our dedicated staff began training at our sister spots - The Tinker's Son in Norwell & bia bistro in Cohasset - then dug in to get Galley going, sanding furniture, painting walls & lacquering the bar.
Take a look around to find copper tables, linens, butcher block & Galley's carved sign made right here in Scituate; wood from a wind farm in Norwell; metalwork from Wellfleet; paintings from Cape Cod.
We are delighted to live & work in this special piece of earth called Scituate.
We hope you find that it shows.
~ Brian & Erica