Cafe Gala at The Dali Museum

Café Gala

Café Gala is designed to create an educational as well as culinary experience by introducing visitors to Spanish food and history. Named in honor of Salvador Dalí’s wife, Gala, the casual eatery embraces the heritage of Salvador Dalí by presenting a menu of light fare with a Spanish theme. Tapas and small plates of appetizers are a specialty, along with traditional pastries, soups (gazpacho and caldo gallego), salads and sandwiches. Diners may choose to eat inside or out on the Avant-garden patio.

The café makes a perfect stop for a light breakfast, lunch or mid-afternoon break for coffee and pastries. Kahwa local roasted coffee is served, including espresso, cappuccino and macchiato. A flan-like dessert – Crema Catalana – tops the pastry selections, along with Tiramisu and Mantecados (Spanish cookies). A select offering of beer and wine is available, featuring the Café’s signature Cava Rosado (Spanish rose champagne).

Café Gala is open during Museum hours with indoor and outdoor seating (full health & safety plan available here). Closing times may vary and are subject to change due to the scheduling of non-museum events.

Members of The Dalí receive a 10% discount on their meals in the Café. Not a member? Join today!

Read what visitors have said about the Café:

“This Café is unlike any other…it was seriously so good [we] ate here before AND after we toured the Museum…truly blown away.”

“We are still thinking about the meals we ate here. Get the mushroom bisque and fresh cheese! Also their cheesecake is the best I ever had!”