What You'll Get
The nostalgic nature of comfort fare has the power to recall favorite dining memories, from blowing out birthday candles on a chicken pot pie to topping the Christmas tree with mashed potatoes. Test taste-bud memories with today’s Groupon to Fox and Hound in Quincy. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get $60 worth of contemporary American fare.
- For $50, you get $120 worth of contemporary American fare for a table of four or more.<p>
Fox and Hound’s menus update classic American comfort fare, busying eaters with contemporary takes on steak, seafood, and pasta amid exposed brick walls and a fireplace hearth. Appetizers such as fried calamari dipped in ginger-plum sauce ($10) segue diners to seafaring bites, such as the lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, speckled with 4-ounce hunks of lobster ($21), and the sesame seared salmon fillet, with jasmine rice and lemongrass broth ($20). Buttermilk crisps the outside edges of the Fork & Knife fried chicken ($14), and the new york strip steak piques appetites as it covertly amasses government intel under the cover a charred exterior and layers of house-made steak sauce ($23).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Not valid until 4/3/12. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid before 4PM Monday-Saturday. Valid for dinner only. Valid all day on Sundays. Not valid for catering, functions, or gift cards. Not valid on holidays, 4/8/12, 5/13/12, or 6/17/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fox and Hound
Fox and Hound’s chefs modernize comfort foods, such as mac ’n’ cheese with cracked lobster meat and english peas and wood-grilled bruschetta with bacon, which patrons devour amid exposed bricks and a floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace. The original Fox & Hounds Grille first opened in 1936, but despite its popularity, it couldn’t stay open, as it was beset by fires and various transient owners. It almost burnt entirely to the ground after a dragon sneezed in the mid-’90s—all that remained was the original stone hearth fireplace that still exists today.
Finally, in 2004, it underwent massive renovations and reopened as Fox and Hound, an homage to the local history. Since then, patrons have been regularly stopping in for upscale American fare coupled with live entertainment on the weekends.