San Antonio Museum or Art

Dining

wild beast

Wild Beast, a pop-up restaurant, opens June 14 in conjunction with Matisse: Life in Color. Wild Beast is located in the Hops House building with a terrace overlooking the San Antonio River. The restaurant is serving a simple summer menu with counter service and is the inspiration of the owners of The Monterey.

For a short period (1905-1907) Matisse was part of Les Fauves (Wild Beasts), the name given by an art critic to a group of artists whose boldly colored, thickly textured work was shocking in comparison to earlier art. Matisse later said Fauvism meant construction by means of color.

Wild Beast
200 West Jones Ave., Suite 501
San Antonio, TX 78215
(210) 978-8155

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