Brasserie Felix - CLOSED
Denver, CO 80212
- Sun, Fri-Sat 11am-3pm, Mon-Thu 11:30am-2:30pm, Mon-Thu, Sat 5pm-10pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
- Full bar
- Recommended, Accepted
- Lot Available, Street
Brasserie Felix is exactly what it claims to be: a neighborhood brasserie, with mustard-colored walls, tile floors, the ubiquitous Le Chat Noir poster and French pop music. And the bar feels right -- just crowded enough, just small enough, just cluttered enough to seem appropriate, somehow, in this place that is mimicking some other place the owners had carried in their heads from France all the way to Tennyson Street. It's a good bet for a simple lunch of mussels and frites, and does a good trade during weekend brunch.
Tips from foursquare
Winner of Westword's Best of Denver 2010 - Best Coq Au Vin!
THIS RESTAURANT HAS CLOSED
Affordable French cuisine. Dishes are a little saucy. Try the steak frites, with light sauce or on the side. Apps $5.95-$12.95, mains $14.95-$20.95. “More Info" for review:
The escargot is to die for! Dip the bread in the leftover sauce!
The cassoulet was tres magnifique. Not on the regular menu, though.
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Husband-and-wife team Danielle Diller and Gilles Fabre opened Brasserie Felix three years ago on Tennyson, bringing neighborhood French... More on Brasserie Felix »
Next week, Wade Gunn is heading to Texas to buy a truck. But not just any truck: The executive chef of Brasserie Felix, the French-food... More on Brasserie Felix »
For photos from inside Brasserie Felix, go to westword.com/slideshow. You know what they call French food in Paris?" the chef asked,... More on Brasserie Felix »