The Fox Hotel is Brisbane's most diverse destination offering 4 storeys of entertainment, events, dining, arts and culture. Originally constructed in the 1800s The Fox Hotel has undergone extensive renovations to become and integral part of South Brisbane's cultural renaissance. Featuring six unique and refined function spaces, The Fox Hotel is perfect for your next intimate rendezvous with friends or the annual company extravaganza. Dine at Brisbane's first meatball restaurant The Meatball Co., or enjoy a cocktail at Dandys rooftop bar with 360 degree views of Brisbane. The Fox Hotel also hosts its own independent art gallery, Fish Lane Studio's. The multipurpose space features artists in residence, exhibitions, fashion shows and creative workshops.
Visit www.thefox.com.au for further information.
Technically it’s a pub, but there’s more at play here. Walk in on the ground level for option one; it’s more your typical pub atmosphere with the footy playing on the TV. Then there’s the choice of two extra bars upstairs; sometimes they’re booked for functions so check in advance. Don’t skip the rooftop bar as it has a great view of South Bank and the city, making it a perfect place to kick back, drink and chat. The dress code at The Fox is smart ...read more
- Imported Beer
- Beer on Tap
- Live Music
- Licensed FoxSports Broadcaster
- Happy Hour
- Live Sports Broadcasts
- Smoking Area
- Beer Garden
- Pool Tables
- Private Parties
- All Cards Accepted
Actually the place was kinda grubby and uninspired. Nearly $20 for a chicken parma and the meal was mostly inedible. The meat was dry and chewy while the outside was hard and overcooked. And the oven-baked string-bean chips were absolutely forgetable. Don't you guys actually have a deep fryer and decent chips? You know, proper chips that are thick and tasy? I can make string-bean chips at home simply by heating frozen chips from the supermarket.
And yeah sure the building is old and of historical value, but inside it was dusty, moldy and rather unpleasant. How about you give it a good clean? Maybe bring back to life any elements of the original building that are still there?
All up, a bit of a dive.