Felix Culpa wants to fill the Victor Tango’s-shaped hole in your heart

Felix Culpa is an art-lover’s dream. The new restaurant occupying the old Victor Tango’s has a lounge atmosphere with mid-century modern furniture, mismatched chandeliers and an assortment of mirrors and pop art covering the walls. The art aficionados among us may be able to spot the authentic Liechtenstein hung in one of the corners. The most jaw-dropping piece is the rainbow Popeye sculpture inspired by Jeff Koons.

The kitchen is open for dinner every day except Sunday: 4 p.m. to midnight Monday-Wednesday and 4 p.m.-2 a.m. Thursday-Saturday.

The menu encourages sharing plates, but if you aren’t the type that likes to share don’t worry, you can still get your own 32 oz Bone-in Ribeye for $105.  They have an extensive menu of signature cocktails and spritzers, including one called “Remember VT.”

Hopefully Felix Culpa will live up to our Victor Tango’s-level expectations.


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