This cafe came recommended to me because it was gay owned and operated. We were greeted by a friendly gentleman at the counter who handed us a menu and told us to help ourselves to seating. My friend and I both ordered delicious pasta dishes, and the sodas had unlimited refills.
The cafe prides itself on it's homemade sandwich and pasta dishes. Breakfast is also apparently one of their specialties, but we did not have that (though they serve breakfast ALL DAY on Sundays, and until 11:00AM all other days). They also serve burgers, salads and soups, "Little Bites" of the kiddies, and a variety of blackboard specials, as well as wines and assorted spirits.
This is a great place on the edges of one of Galveston's historic districts. It's not on the main drags of the Strand and Seawall, so you'll have to do some walking (or a little driving) to get there, but it is well worth it. There is seating indoors as well as an outdoor patio, which is where we sat. We had a very enjoyable time and I would most definitely go there again.