11100 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA | Directions 9160434.141082 -118.372233
Mon - Sun 11am - 2am Open early on European Game days
If You Are In The Mood For It! – This place can get crowded fast and people don't leave early or often. So if you go with a group of friends you might end up standing around by the bar area. I have been there several times and I have good and bad experiences. It is really a give or take. It you want to just go and have a few beers perfect, but if you want to socialize, have dinner and listen to great music for the night do not bother.
Rude people – First and last time I would ever visit that place. The people are rude and there is no room to sit where you may enjoy the live music.
The music was not all that bad. However, when you have drunken people bumping into you or dumb blondes who do not know what "excuse me" means, you wonder if half the people ever went to school.
I have been to London several times and this is quite frankly a horrible imitation.
Great place to get hammered and sing along to classic rock. – I've only been here at night usually on weekends. It may get a bit crowded, but thats all part of the fun. Playing darts or listening to the amazing cover band are two main attractions. If you get there early enough you can even grab a table outside and have the waitress serve drinks. No need to get dressed up here or to wait in a long line. Its a 'no bs' place you can go to get hammered with some friends and listen to loud rock music.
Great food, great beer, lots of fun – Went to the Fox for the first time a few months ago and now i'm addicted. I ALWAYS have a good time. Parking's sometimes a bit of a problem but there's a small lot behind the pub, another two doors down the street behind them that's available every night and all day long on weekends, and a fair amount of street parking. Love their cheeseburgers, chips (fries) and chicken tenders. Great beer and cider selection. Their prices are very reasonable. Tons of TVs for the European football, my new favorite sport. The music most nights is really good. Tends to be quieter and more acoustic during the beginning of the week and great rockin bands on the weekends that emphasize Brit pop and classic Brit rock. And i'm there most Monday and Wednesday nights for their Pub Quiz which is really competitive and an amazing amount of fun. Saw Matthew Perry playing trivia there a few Wednesday nights ago. Highly, highly recommended.
Don't waste your time and money – Awful services, Pathetic TV sets (They shouldn't boast "Sports Viewing" with those sad 20" TV sets!), Loud and annoying clienteles (scary looking and old as well...). To top it off, NOT ENOUGH PARKING! (No Valet)I had to walk two sinking blocks. NOT RECOMMENDED AT ALL.
Thursday nights ROCK! – A great place to go for live acoustic music, tasty drinks, and a Cheers type of atmosphere. Bob plays one mean guitar and songs I can always sing along to! Yes, I'm that annoying girl who sings along, but there no one seems to mind, because everyone around me is jammin with him too.
Loud and Expensive – Stopped by Fox & Hounds the other night to see a friend of a friend perform. Their selection of beers on tap were decent. Nothing out of the ordinary for a british pub. But the prices were really high it seemed. Also got charged 8 bucks for a very week jack and coke. They set up the stage in the other room, but it was very noisy. Music still playing loudly on the side with the bar. And people kept walking in front of the singer to go out to the smoking patio. Not a place I would go to see anyone play, ever again. And really, probably wouldn't go back for any other reason either.
Great place if you're looking for a bit of home – I love this place. I miss the UK desperately every noe and again, and this gives me the bit of home I miss. Great food, great entertainment on Friday nights (King Mixers are EXCELLENT) AND they serve CIDER! And good cider to boot! Good fun to watch the footy matches at 7am too!
Where proper British pints are poured for Studio City blokes and birds. – In Short
Whether you're a homesick Brit living in L.A. or just a regular American searching for a good pint, the Fox & Hounds pub will quench your thirst. Long wooden benches, brass railings and English bartenders make you feel like you're in the land of Blighty. On weekends live bands rock out in the cozy main room while other nights find British soccer fans cheering for their team on the telly.
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