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Fox's Sherron Inn
Posted by Robin Reynolds on 02/14/2015
I hate going to new places. My parents used to take me there when I was young. I'm now 64 and still love it. The food is wonderful, the bar is dark (sooo romantic} and the prices are reasonable.
Posted by Becky Braden on 02/10/2015
I love the atmosphere, reminds me of the places I grew up with. The round red leather booths are only topped by the wonderful food. I hope to go there on valentines day.
Posted by Rick on 11/06/2007
No foolin around here,,, the Fish fry, right to the french dip,,,, no question this place is where the locals are,,, some locals on the sauce but all real "Good People" I hear the frog legs are legendary but havent had them yet since I was only informed by a radio personality I met recently,,, It is dark but charming,,,, and inexpensive means this place will be here for a long time to come.. South Miami RN
Posted by Don Chargin on 06/15/2007
One thing about Fox's that keeps regulars coming back over and over again is the consistancy of superior quality in the kitchen. Start with a soup, homemade just like mom did. Navy bean is Saturday's soup and one of my favorites. Everyday its different, all good. Prime rib is a special that they serve on tues and thurs, with fresh fish fry on friday's. Ive been going there so long that I know the menu from memory. Fox's is owned by a family that are into details to make your visit enjoyable, like roses on the tables, candles, and soft lighting. Actually the bar area is very dark which makes for a very romantic room. They have the best martinis in town, served with sidecar. Lots of regulars at the bar, all having a good time. If you like a more private area then go to the other rooms off to the side, stop at the jukebox and play some tunes, its an old fashioned jukebox that is free and has something in there for everyone. Lots of construction in South Miami lately and Fox's is still going strong. Since 1946, its been there, I think that says a lot.