“We wanted to write a new page in the history of La Maison des Têtes, one firmly rooted in its time.”
“Authentically up-to-date”, this is how Marilyn and Éric Girardin describe La Maison des Têtes in Colmar; undoubtedly one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Alsace. Built in 1609, this bourgeois residence owes its name to the one hundred and six small stone heads adorning its façade, behind which the couple has been dispensing their exceptional savoir-faire since 2015. After all, La Maison des Têtes is not only a traditional brasserie, but also a discreetly luxurious Michelin-starred restaurant and stylish hotel.
While the historic brasserie serves mainly local dishes, the restaurant transcends all boundaries. Within its sleek interior, indulge in a “journey into the world of plants” and savour a “puffed” Munster cheese with Marc de Gewurztraminer. Cap it off with the sweet “broutilles & canailleries”, before returning to your intimately charming room, where contemporary decor accentuates stunning traditional woodwork.