Cafe Felix

Row 1

Details
204 S Main St (btw Washington & Liberty)
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 662-8650
Lounge, Cocktail, Café
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–Midnight Fri: 11:00 AM–1:00 AM Sat: 9:00 AM–1:00 AM Sun: 9:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Half off select martinis Mondays 7-12
  • Super slow service and lipstick stained glasses, but excellent Ratatouille.
  • Oysters, pizzas & Brussels sprouts
  • Love coming here with Co workers and enjoying drinks outside. Service has been great everyone I come here. Chvre chaud salad is amazing. I'm currently enjoying a coffee with pain chocolat
  • Cafe Felix treated us very well. We were seated by the window, and it is just very fun to be in that spot. So many people walk by, and it was a beautiful day. The food is special and above.
  • If you never do anything else in downtown A2, go here on a crisp fall day and have a french onion soup. The best I've ever had.
  • Good martinis, and the nicoise Felix is to die for, great lunch!
  • Wonderful crepes, with or without nutella. If you eat them outdoors under a starry summer sky, they are truly beautiful and romantic.
  • Spring has sprung! Enjoy some crepes and wine on the terrace.
  • have a Martini Felix. Also, half off a bottle of wine from 7-9 on Wednesdays.
  • French Fries and French Onion Soup. My wife took me there so she could have their BLT (with a Fried Egg). I had the club and would opt for something else next time (although it was good).
  • Sit in the patio.
  • Delicious food, usually pleasant service. A beautiful restaurant. Usually very quiet but not creepily so. Can get busy. But not overcrowded usually. I love going out there. Two words: French fries.
  • The cauliflower risotto was great. However the prosciutto artichoke pizza was just alright. It didn't have any sauce and was a bit too cheesy for my liking.
  • The food was as good as it looks. All good! PEI Oysters and gourmet pizzas, a duck confit and a margarita
  • GREAT pizza, duck confit and margarita. The Brussels sprouts were also amazing.
  • The service can be kind of slow sometimes, but the food is always good. A little bit pricy for the quality and portion sizes, but a nice place to go to for something different.
  • Try the excellent Bloody Mary...skip the wine unless its Happy Hour its WAY overpriced
  • Good food, mediocre service, cramped loud dingy atmosphere. Not worth inflated Main St. prices. Go to the Earle instead.
  • Try the onion soup! Best in town!