There’s just something about the classic 1950’s American style diner. Wholesome, family-friendly, affordable, and fun, with great music on the jukebox, and plenty of deep fried, cheese-smothered, whipped cream covered eats on your plate.
“The menu is not just French cuisine. We’re bringing my African heritage on the menu with some African spices. So we’re really mixing the flavor, mixing the people. It’s a really magical spot where everybody’s welcome.”
If you’re looking for a taste of France, you can skip the transatlantic flight, and keep things stateside at Colette. Nestled inside of the Porter Square Hotel in Cambridge, Colette is a Parisien wine bar without the pretense you’d typically find in fine dining.