If leap-year gossip teaches us anything, it's that everything is juicier when rare. Eat steak with this Groupon.
Chose from Three Options
- $30 for $60 worth of dinner Friday, Saturday, or Monday
- $30 for $60 worth of dinner Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday
- $60 for $120 worth of dinner for four or more any night of the week
Dinner dishes include appetizers of FoxFire crab cakes with red-pepper aioli ($13) and white-wine-sautéed mussels ($11). Starters pave the way for entrees such as 8-ounce lobster tails ($46), filets mignons ($32–36), and ribs slathered with Knob Creek bourbon sauce ($19–26).
Owned by a father-and-son duo, FoxFire stokes appetite embers with lunch, dinner, and bar menus served in elegant turn-of-the-century confines. Cajun-seasoned sashimi tuna is paired with wasabi-yogurt and teriyaki-glaze cohorts, and 8-ounce filets mignons emerge cooked to diners’ liking after a 25- to 30-day wet-aging process. The bar is equally stocked with spirited selections, offering draft beer and wines along with classic cocktails and martinis. The Zen martini is infused with green-tea liquor, Absolut Citron vodka, sour mix, and the sound of one hand clapping.
Like English gardens and Tuscan-villa emergency rooms, FoxFire’s appeal is enhanced by its rustic decor and intimate environment; each flavorful dish accompanies an ambiance created by brick walls and wooden trellises that hark back to the early 1900s. A cozy 50-seat outdoor patio allows diners to soak up the sun’s rays and bait clouds to come within cuddling distance.