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Colette at the Phipps: San Antonio Fusion Cuisine Where Elegance is Fused with Fun

Inspired by Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, San Antonio's Colette at the Phipps offers cultural ingredients coming together in various dishes and a setting that makes you enjoy the moment.

Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette was a multitalented French author with a spirit unable to be broken. She rose to fame as a journalist, novelist, and performer during the late 19th century. Colette became one of the most prominent female writers of her time as she explored various subjects such as sexuality and femininity. When she wasn't performing in music halls and cabarets, she wrote with a unique style characterized by its frankness, sensitivity, and vivid descriptions.

A plate with three Taco Lust tacos

The reason to learn about this pioneering figure in French literature is that her contributions and trailblazing spirit are still celebrated and bringing inspiration to a one-of-a-kind restaurant, Colette at the Phipps, in San Antonio. The rooftop restaurant brings a lovely atmosphere through a sophisticated, unique dining experience. It features warm lighting, plush seating, and a tranquil setting, especially if you enjoy a light summer breeze with your meal. The accompanying music adds to the chill ambiance as you take in a beautiful view where you can see all the sweet spots of Downtown San Antonio, like the Tower of Americas and the San Antonio River.

Neon sign that reads "Colette at the Phipps"

Colette at the Phipps will transport guests to an expansive world of textures and flavors due to the menu highlighting dishes that combine the cooking styles of different countries, such as Japan, France, and Latin America. Like how Colette approached her writing, the menu incorporates social and cultural norms. One standout dish would have to be the Taco Lust plate since just one bite will offer big flavors from the ingredients that somehow work together. You'll be able to savor the thinly sliced, cooked-to-perfection prime ribeye that mixes with the creamed corn and smoked gouda cheese, among the other spices and add-ons that result in not your average taco.

Two plates of food and a plate of four drinks

But Colette at the Phipps is more than just its soulful food. Sometimes, life is not perfect, as we all know. That's why you need a moment of peace from everything and a way to take it all in. If that's not the reason to visit, how about sitting at a table and looking at what's before you? Doing this will help you understand why San Antonio is such a beautiful place while also getting a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Just for a moment, you're literally above it all!


Address: 102 9th St Floor 4, San Antonio, TX 78215 Reservations: opentable.com

 


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