UPCOMING EVENT

Nov
01
FOX AND HOUNDS
10:00 PM - 2:00 AM
Hosted by Karaoke Anonymous, this night is a blast pick your favorite track and rock till you drop. Whether your a seasoned pro or a amateur rockstar in training this night is for you. Get here early though cause the tavern packs with regulars and larger parties.Our fantastic staff and our amazing host are looking forward to taking care of you. Large Groups whether its a Stagette, Birthday, or just cause a bunch of people wanna get rowdy your all welcome please phone ahead 888-2341 to  book your table.

Nov
07
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
East Coast Friday's we give thanks to our east coast comrads by offering our customers our House Beer Battered Fish N Chip's for $7 and wash it down with a Pint of Keith's for only $4. Cheers!!!

Where did you go the night your buddies came back into town for your wedding?

What did your team do after you won the B-side in the co-ed slow-pitch tourney?

Where were you when Teemu scored number 54 and Stegall caught number 138?

 Fox & Hounds Tavern has been hosting memorable moments for friends since 1928.

"It conveys the impression of being a social centre wherein one may with ease and comfort pass a quiet hour with a neighbor"

This was written in The Hotel News in 1928 and remains true today...although perhaps the tavern has never really been as quiet and subdued as this journalist may have us believe.

Almost a hundred years later, Fox and Hounds still lives in the tradition of the tavern for the weary traveller and the gathering place for the neighbourhood common-folk. It keeps the 'public house' feel with wooden furniture, soft lighting, a pool table, dart boards, a tap constantly flowing with beer, and a bartender who knows your name and preference.

Fox and Hounds also has all the modern requisites of any 21st century sports bar—Big TVs with the Big Game on, VLT's, classic pub food available late into the night, a weekly Karaoke Jam and live music every Thursday night.

"Equipped in such a manner as to render the very best of service, its patrons may secure at reasonable rates all the good things which tend to satisfy the 'inner man.'"