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Galvez Restaurant

Address
914 N. Peters St. New Orleans LA 70116
Phone
(504) 595-3400
Average Rating
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Total Reviews
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Fax
(931) 723-4137

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:00am-2:00pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday
5:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday
5:00pm-10:00pm

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Galvez serves contemporary Spanish cuisine in a casual fine dining atmosphere. With our wide variety of tapas and expansive windows overlooking the river, you can be sure that your dining experience will be unforgettable.

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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,...

Marigny Brasserie is a New Orleans restaurant, situated on historic Frenchmen Street in the French Quarter Marigny. With its eclectic menu and cool decor, The Marigny Brasserie cuisine is a favorite among New Orleans locals.

Galvez Restaurant is the best kept secret in the French Quarter.

We serve a unique blend of traditional and contemporary Spanish cuisine. Our unparalleled view of the river makes Galvez the perfect venue for happy hour, meeting friends, dinner or a romantic evening with that special someone.

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First time to Frenchmen St. in NOLA. Marigny made the experience magical. Great Jazz and food.

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60

Horrible, incredibly loud music playing too close to patrons. Food was just ok. Server was very attentive.

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Cute spot, however getting to this part of town from where most hotels are locAted was uncomfortable and scary.

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80

The food and drinks were pretty good. The music was great, but a little loud - made it hard to have a conversation across the table.

Average Rating
100

Delicious southern food. Good music and atmosphere. Great music district. I would definitely go back.

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Come for cocktails, lunch or dinner and enjoy our New Orleans Cuisine & Seafood in a fun casual atmosphere!

Amazing River Front View with delicious Spanish and Creole Cuisine and Tapas!

Perched above Dutch Alley along the river, what you will find at Galvez is an infusion of traditional Spanish and Creole cooking techniques. Chef Laura Cedillo's unique menu showcases the freshest and highest quality of local ingredients, beautifully orchestrated in simple, yet elegant dishes with flavors that...

Marigny Brasserie is a New Orleans restaurant located on historic Frenchmen Street near the French Quarter in the Marigny. With its eclectic menu and cool decor, the Marigny Brasserie and Bar is a favorite among New Orleans locals.

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Continental Spanish Cuisine and Tapas...with the best view in New Orleans! 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 was to befriend the native peoples and encourage immigration. Two principle groups he invited...

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