Nellcôte was inspired by Villa Nellcôte, the French chateau where the Rolling Stones recorded “Exile on Main Street” in the 1970s. Over several years, between recording sessions (and bouts of debauchery), the band and their famous friends would gather over gigantic, hours-long meals prepared by a chef who sourced each day’s ingredients from the local markets.
Like its namesake chateau, Nellcôte is is both opulent and approachable, a neighborhood restaurant wrapped in high-energy elegance. It’s a place where friends convene over food and drinks prepared with fresh, seasonal, house-made ingredients in a setting that feels special — all with a killer soundtrack playing in the background.
Nellcôte is owned by Element Collective, a hospitality group rooted in the idea of blending progressive and approachable by taking traditional concepts and elevating them. Every Element Collective project is created with a chef-driven approach to food and rinks, an emphasis on sustainability, fanatical attention to detail, a sophisticated eye for design, and dedication to providing a quality experience. Element Collective restaurants include RM Champagne Salon, Kinmont, Old Town Social, Leghorn Chicken, Owen + Alchemy, and Expat.