In reality, St. Felix is far less a gay bar and much more a place to just hang out, eat good food and people watch on the patio. Its scene is best during the week when the after-work crowd invades for their fantastic Happy Hour situation. Located smack in the center of all the action, St. Felix is your cool gay uncle who still knows how to have fun but keep his sh*t together at the same time.
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