Last Dinner in Memphis

For the last night of our Memphis getaway, we wanted to eat at a special restaurant.  Two nights earlier while walking to our hotel, we stopped into Felicia Suzanne’s @feliciasuzannes on Monroe Street.  We admired the grandeur of the interior, and made our reservations with the owner, Felicia, who explained that much of the interior was original from when the building was constructed as a department store.

I chose one of our favorite Lilly @lillypulitzer prints, vintage Worth Avenue.  I wore the skirt with a designer white blouse and hubby wore dress pants, a white shirt, and his Worth Avenue bow tie that I had made from fabric I had purchased.  We felt dressed to the nines in our ensemble, and we felt as if we had a little bit of Palm Beach with us.

When we arrived at the restaurant for our dinner, we were greeted by Felicia.  We requested a quiet table away from the main dining area and were immediately accommodated.  Before dinner we took pictures in the beautiful Felicia Suzanne’s Restaurant (FSR) courtyard; Felicia’s brother took our pictures for us and was very patient as we were looking for that ‘perfect’ photo.

Felicia Suzanne’s is a white table cloth restaurant with dishes displaying mis-matched china patterns.  Meal options include southern and creole styles.  The wine list was large enough to satisfy our tastes; Felicia was helpful in pairing the wine with our entrees.

Our romantic meal was magical and enchanted.  Hubby and I were able to relax, talk, and enjoy our meals at a very comfortable pace that allowed us to feel connected with each other.  I even saved a portion of my dessert to have for breakfast the next morning before catching our flight.

Felicia with Hubby and me at the end of our meal

White tablecloth setting with mis-matched China patterns

Bottle of Pinot as recommended by Felicia to pair with our entrees

Felicia wears many hats. Here she is graciously serving us our entrees

Window sign from the inside

My Devine dessert - molten cake baked to perfection. Had half of it for breakfast the next morning

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