While I admit it’s not necessarily a bad problem to have, deciding where to eat for lunch each day presents almost too many choices. The struggle is real. And it’s about to get more real as the island kicks off Galveston Restaurant Week Saturday through Feb. 9.

Now in its ninth year, the event was founded in 2012 by Park Board partner Galveston.com owners Jim Cordell and Lee Roane. Galveston Restaurant Week gives local restaurants the opportunity to bring people to their eateries with special menus. Price points for brunches, lunches and dinners at participating restaurants range from $10 to $35 and many include an appetizer, entrée and dessert.

Mary Beth Bassett is the public relations coordinator for the Galveston Island Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Park Board of Trustees.

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