(504) 595-3400
Continental Spanish Cuisine and Tapas with a New Orleans flair!
​The Best View in
​New Orleans!

Tuesday - Sunday: 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Sunday Brunch 10am to 3pm

Events And Wedding Venue in French Quarter

The Essence of Galvez

Galvez Restaurant has the privilege of occupying one the most beloved venue spaces in the French Quarter. Many generations of New Orleanians have shared wonderful memories within the walls of this beautiful venue. Galvez is committed to honoring those wonderful memories, and to creating many more to come.

We are the French Quarter's best Riverfront dining venue featuring continental Spanish, French, and Creole cuisine with an outstanding array of mouth-watering tapas. Whether it is for a special celebratory dinner, or a Sunday afternoon brunch, the simple and honest flavor of our food will keep you coming back for more. Looking for the perfect accompaniment for your meal? Our full service bar boasts a complete array of specialty cocktails, most notably Chef Laura’s Home Made Sangria.

And did we mention that we have the prettiest dining room in the city? The Casa Roja overlooks the beautiful, moon lit Mississippi River. Our lover’s corner, a lush and quiet corner with access to a small private balcony, is a perfect spot for anniversaries, romantic dinner dates, and wedding proposals.

In essence, Galvez is the perfect choice for a romantic dinner for two, a relaxing brunch, or sharing a table full of tapas, family-style.

A Little History…

The history of New Orleans cuisine began with the discovery of Louisiana by Spanish Explorers. On February 1st, 1777 at the tender age of 29, Bernardo De Galvez became the first Spanish Governor of Louisiana. Part of his mission (along with keeping an eye on the British in Florida) was to befriend the native peoples and encourage immigration. Two principle groups he invited to make Louisiana their home were Spanish settlers from Canary Island, Spain (Los Islenos) and the French Acadian (Cajun) immigrants who the British expelled from Canada’s Maritime Provinces.

As the French and Spanish cultures integrated, and melded with the local Native and African Americans, they exchanged meals and recipes. In fact, it’s rumored that the first Gumbos and Jambalayas that we enjoy today had their origins in the classic Spanish dishes of Caldo Gallego and Paella.

At Galvez Restaurant, we’re proud of the role Spanish cuisine played in making New Orleans a globally recognized destination for foodies. In fact, it’s with this fine heritage in mind that our sumptuous dishes are prepared from scratch to the highest standards of authenticity…and we think Bernardo de Galvez would have loved this place!

Come and taste what we're talking about...we look forward to seeing you!

Hours Of Operation

Happy Hour

Tue -Thurs and Sunday
5pm - 7pm
Tapa ~ Cocktail ~ Pitchers of Sangria

Mimosa ~ Bellimis

Chef Laura Infused Alcohol of the Week


Bar and Balcony Seating

Come Relax and Enjoy the best view in the city!

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Easter Brunch

~  10 am to 3 pm  ~

Easter Dinner

~  5pm to 10pm  ~

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