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If your stomach is growling as loudly as the saucy cougar who's trying to persuade you to buy her one of this joint's notoriously stiff martinis, you shouldn't shy away from the menu. Because the food listed inside is high-quality pub fare. All the usual suspects are here: burgers, chicken fingers, fries. The French dip ($9.95)? It's the dippiest. Speaking of things that are French, there are also frogs' legs in garlic butter ($18.95), hopping with flavor. And the fried chicken? Well, let's just say you'll be licking your fingers - kind of like what will happen after a few more drinks with said cougar. So slink on in for some clandestine fun, good grub, and maybe, just maybe, a roll in the big-cat hay.
Enjoy the ultimate jukebox and drinking in a dim lounge experience
You might be surprised at how packed this place gets on a Tuesday night. The reason? Ice cold bottles of Pabst for one dollar
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Since 1946, Fox's Sherron Inn has been serving South Miami with shots, suds, steaks, good times, and jukebox music. But like cigarette vending machines and pay-as-you-go porno peep shows, the classic juke -- a partially automated, coin-operated, 400-pound music-playing device with a library of only about 200 songs -- is an anachronistic and impractical piece of technology that's slowly but surely disappearing from the American cultural landscape. Our nation's bars, diners, pizza... More »
Fox's is where serious booze hounds do their thing. No better place for James Bond's favorite drink than this cozy, dimly lit, circa-1946 joint. Sit at a wood-paneled booth or just sidle up to the bar. The old pro behind the counter will make you a mean martini (the "dirty" version is a knockout here). Depending on the label you ask for, it'll set you back $6 to $10 -- or about half the price you'd pay at a South Beach spot with half the personality. That leaves money for ... another... More »
When a bar racks up as many New Times Best of Miami awards as Fox's has over the years, you have to assume the owners are related to someone at the paper, or some juicehead New Times writer(s) spends a little too much time sucking down booze and basking in the cigarette haze at this South Miami gem. In any case the two-for-one happy hour at Fox's (4:00 to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 11:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Tuesday and Saturday) is nothing unique; it's the seedy ambiance (more like... More »
Miami is a late-night kind of place, so it makes more sense for happy hours to begin late. At Fox's little den of iniquity, it's two-for-one on whatever you're drinking (barring the top shelf and imported beer), from 11:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Tuesday and Saturday nights. "It's standing-room-only, honey -- a lot of fun," assures the bartender in her smoke-deepened cackle. Fox's is a timeless, crimson-hued twilight zone, the darkened Fifties lounge of beat poets and deadbeats, of those... More »
This sleek little steel-and-chrome number with flashing lights offers the most eclectic selection of tunes in town. There are contemporary Top 40 hits by the likes of Marc Anthony, Lauryn Hill, and, yes, Christina Aguilera; some gems from Motown's golden era; a smattering of country (Patsy Cline, George Strait); and a surprise or two (Elvis Presley's "Rock-A-Hula Baby"). The real reason to sidle up to this machine, though, may be its assortment of big band, swing, and Tin Pan Alley classics:... More »
The dim lighting, the cramped, blood-red faux-leather booths, the dark wood paneling. Even though the place is clean, somehow when you're here, you feel ... dirty. Like, if you're not already having an affair or planning a bank robbery, you oughta be. Funny how the place also manages to feel welcoming, in a seedy sort of way. Must be that two-for-one happy hour (9:00 to 11:00 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays) on already-inexpensive drinks, or that deelicious menu. All the usual bar food suspects... More »
ALWAYS AN INTERESTING CROWED VERY LAID BACK ENVIRONMENT FOR THE MOST PART.....MY FRIENDS LOVE IT THERE .... ITS A STRANGE LITTLE PLACE OFF OF US1 THAT HAS BEEN THERE FOREVER IT HAS A DRIVE UP LIQUOR WINDOW OPEN TILL LATE AS HELL....AND THE FOODS NOT TOO SHABBY EITHER GR8 ONION SOUP....BUT ITS MAINLY FULL OF YOUR USSUAL SOUTHMIAMIANS JUST MAKING THEIR BAR ROUNDS....
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