Cafe Felix Is Sold
And Felix Landrum has moved to South Carolina.
From the June, 2019 issue
After more than twenty years on Main St., Cafe Felix has closed. Founder Felix Landrum moved to South Carolina to start another restaurant in 2017. Though Landrum co-owned Cafe Felix with his father and brothers, the traditional French bistro was put up for sale that same year and finally entered negotiations with an unknown buyer in May. A note posted in the window announced "it was our privilege to be a part of this community and we greatly appreciate all the years you have allowed us to serve you."
[Originally published in June, 2019.]
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