Beautiful antiques might evoke memories of Combray, which will definitely bring about inexplicable hunger. Satiate your need to sip and snack while you peruse one-of-a-kind-of-old furniture and accessories at Felicitous. With today's deal, $10 gets you $20 toward inedible and edible merchandise at this hybrid gourmet coffee house and designer secondhand shop in Lutz.
In the café half of the establishment, you can pick up a variety of beverages or freshly made bakery delights. A basic coffee is $1.50, while a piping cold glass of the famous iced coffee is $2. Felicitous offers hot chocolate ($2) for cold days and iced tea ($2) for hot days. Accompany your liquidity with a slice of densely delicious pound cake ($3) or savory piece of cheesecake ($3.50). Take a break in the comfy seating area to strategize your shopping plan with your team of ravenous browsers before fanning out into the field stocked with goods galore. Felicitous is open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thrifting generally involves hours of sifting through mountains of antiquated mumbo jumbo with hopes of finding a hidden gem. Felicitous gladly endures the hunt to fill its cozy abode with high-end trophy finds. Picky human grabber machines handpick only the best antiques, housewares, crafts, and ladies clothes and handbags. Most of the classy goods, from smaller trinkets to larger showpieces, are designer items that would blend seamlessly into a SoHo loft. Use the free WiFi in the shop to see if your potential purchases are worthy of an appearance on Antiques Roadshow.
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The St. Petersburg Times did a little write-up on Felicitous.