Elmwood >Fox & Hound English Pub-Grille
Terrible Service. The worst service I have seen in a long time. Visited twice within the last month. First time, food was good , but the waitress seemed to be as if she was at a funeral. So, I gave them another chance thinking it was just an isolated incident. Second time, I ordered boneless wings and I just knew I would loose a tooth because the wings were so hard. I never had wings like that before, so I told the not so friendly waitress and she said, " yeah, sometimes they come out like that." I couldn't believe she didn't take the opportunity to make it right. Both times I had problems getting refills on drinks at my table. I don't like spending money at a place that makes me feel unwanted.
meh. The service could have been better. But the food was good!!
enterprise services. great place to book a party!
Aweful!!!!. my experience at fox and the hound was the worse!!! i will never go back. to start the pricces for drinks are pretty high. then another customer had a problem with their bill. well from the way that the managers handled it well the whole restaurant knew about it. and to top it off the language coming out of both the manager's and the customer's mouths was terrible!!! i mean really, the management is terrible!!! no apologies to the remaining customers, which wasnt many for the lovely display they just gave everyone. i will never go back and i dont recommend it to anyone!!!
Bad, Bad, Bad. Service was horrible.... they were out of everything....Wings, Mayonaise and even french fries!! Waitress barely came around for refills and chicken was not good at all. My family and I won't be going back!
A neighborhood pub recast as an upscale family restaurant for the sports-bar set..
Wood paneling and brass rails, with scattered pictures pay tasteful lip service to the fox-hunt motif. Don't take the pub handle too seriously; this sprawling billiards-and-beer restaurant is no cozy corner cafe. An array of mounted televisions displays sports events and video Muzak. The handsomely appointed Green and Burgundy Rooms offer a plethora of felt pool tables and a massive giant-screen TV each.
A serviceable fusion of family restaurant and sports-bar fare with an emphasis on familiarity rather than inventiveness. The standbys--pizza, burgers, sandwiches--are comforting and filling, about on par with any Bennigan's or Shoney's. Barbecued ribs are tangy and rewarding, while the fish and chips (a nod to the very British decor) is a surprisingly sturdy choice.
Great place to go and hang out with friends and watch the game. Or if you are in to pool, its a great place to do that, too.
Friendly waiters and staff.
Watch the next game here. Or should I say games -- Fox & Hound has almost as many TVs as an appliance store, all tuned in to as many different sports events as possible. You've had better food, but this isn't a bad place to plan on chowing down, especially if you're going to be there anyway. Pool is a bit expensive, and the staff is as capable as a sports grill needs them to be, but this is a fun alternative to watching the game sprawled out on your couch.
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