Renowned Rooftop Bar Has Updated its Hours and Menu

Renowned Rooftop Bar


Renowned Rooftop Bar, Colette at the Phipps, Located on the River Walk in San Antonio Offers a Unique Experience




San Antonio’s most renowned rooftop bar, Colette at the Phipps, has made some updates to its hours and menu!


Providing an evening of elegance and refinement, Colette offers guests the best views of the city from 6 p.m. to midnight, Wednesday through Saturday. As you catch the majestic Texas sunset, feast upon any of the 16 new dishes on the menu from Chef Darlene Narvaez, who weaves an irresistible narrative of fusion cuisine that draws threads from France, Latin America, and Japan. New delicacies include Kobe Crispy Rice (made with Japanese Kobe beef, sushi rice, caviar, capers, and Dijon mustard) and Lasagna Birria Duck (a masterful mélange of duck, pasta, Monterey cheese, cotija cheese, and béchamel sauce).
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The updated menu also features such exquisite items as Beet Salad, Gigi Causa, Bomb Roll, Lobster Sushi Arepa, Morita Ratatouille, Carnitas Dumplings, Fosforera, Ragout Noir, Salmon Lettuce Tacos, Tequila Black Pepper au Gratin Potatoes, Petit Pois, Elotitos, and Orange Crème Brûlée.
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About Colette at the Phipps
Colette, a French-Latin-Japanese fusion restaurant located in The Phipps building on the San Antonio Riverwalk, offers a unique and exciting dining experience.
Colette at The Phipps is inspired by Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, a French novelist, journalist, and performer.

She was born in 1873 in Burgundy, France, and became one of the leading female writers of her time. Colette is best known for her novel “Gigi,” which was published in 1944 and was later adapted into a successful play and film.


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Throughout her career, Colette explored themes of sexuality, femininity, and relationships, and her writing style was known for its vivid descriptions, frankness, and sensitivity. In addition to her literary work, Colette was also a performer, appearing in cabarets and music halls. She was a trailblazer for women in French literature and continues to be celebrated for her contributions to the world of French culture and literature.



102 9th St., Floor 4, San Antonio, TX 78215
Wednesday–Saturday: 6 p.m. – 12 a.m.
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