The Dee Felice Cafe

Tonight for date night, the lovely Robin accompanied me to the Dee Felice Cafe on Main Street in Covington, Kentucky (just across the river from Cincinnati).

The jazz venue and Cajun-cuisine eatery was opened in 1984 by jazz drummer and band leader Dee Felice. 

The place continues to feature "the best live jazz in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati area" (according to their website). We enjoyed the piano stylings of Mike Darrah (above), from "Still Crazy After All These Years" to "Tenderly."

Robin ordered the filet which was cooked to her liking, and I had the Pasta Francesco (shrimp and artichoke hearts in white wine and lobster butter with linguine). 

Like the old couple we are, we shared dessert, the specialty of the house, a boule-de-neige (chocolate ball covered with a fluffy cream icing). 

After dinner, we still had plenty of time to stroll through the fascinating scenes of Covington's Mainstrasse Village, a unique and entertaining place to walk, eat, and enjoy. 

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