Fox and Hound
- General Info:
- The Fox & Hound restaurant is owned by the Fox & Hound Restaurant Group, which owns and operates entertainment restaurants under the Fox and Hound and Bailey s brand names. Each restaurant provides a social gathering place offering high quality food, drinks and entertainment in an upscale, casual environment. Its restaurants offer a broad menu of mid-priced appetizers, entrees and desserts such as chicken fingers, chicken wings, pizza, chicken, hamburgers, fish, shrimp and baby back ribs. In addition, each restaurant features a full bar with a vast selection of spirits. The restaurant has numerous locations, including its facility in San Antonio, Texas.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (210) 696-1366
Fax: (210) 696-1366
- Payment method:
- check, all major credit cards, amex, debit, discover, master card, visa
- Northwest Side
Fox & Hound English Pub/grille
Fox & Hound
- Restaurants, Bars, Brew Pubs
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Steakhouse, European, Continental, English, Omelets
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
03/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We've been to nearly every bar in North SA, and we keep winding up back at Fox and Hound. We've tried out Champps (closed?), Flying Saucer, Stone Werks, etc., but Fox and Hound is by far the most friendly. Good beer selection, competitive specials, great staff! We go to Flying Saucer once in a while for their beer selection, but you practically have to tackle a server to get her to notice you. Fox is our new home!
09/26/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The Fox & Hound is great. Lots of TV's with several different sports. I've been going there for the past few years and its always been fun. Good crowd with friendly waitstaff, several different beers on tap as well as specialty drinks. Specials every night listed at the door( I guess the first reviewer didn't notice or bother to ask) The food is actually quite good and reasonably priced. Great for groups or after dinner drinks.
03/23/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We just returned from this restaurant this evening very disappointed to say the least. We were looking forward to going to this familiar spot all day.
Firstly, we were not told of any drink specials.
Secondly, (and I'm not kidding) the bar area smelled like feet.
And most importantly, we confidently ordered burgers because this place consistently served some of the best burgers the city has to offer, but tonight it could'nt have been further from the truth. Our burger tasted mealy, not fresh at all, and seemed to be pre-fab frozen. Kind of like the tasteless garbage you get when you buy cheap brands of TV dinners. We took two bites (one for benefit of the doubt) and had them sent back. The waitress tried to seem genuine (""awwww, do you want something else?""), but not believable. And a manager never even came to our table to apologize.
Perhaps the manager thought we were just college kids complaining, but the fact of the matter is, we all were employees of major hotels in the city and have pretty much taken this place ""off our lists"" for restaurant recommendations. What a shame, since this place was known for it's great burgers. Well, not any more.
The funniest thing was, two of us at the same time said, ""This tastes like an IHOP burger"". But IHOP doesn't charge $8.00 for a burger.
03/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Excellent customer service and friendly staff. Beer specials are really great and the food menu is good too. Try the Pesto Pizza, it's so fresh and delicious. They use a really thin, cracker crust, chicken, and a pesto sauce loaded with oregano, cheese, and other flavors.
08/09/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I have to say i have been to the Fox and Hound a number of different times. I love the staff. They have great drink specials on different days of the week. The crowd is young and hip, very close to UTSA. All around I loved it. I still wish I lived in San Antonio to visit it more frequently.