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.
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.
What some people are buzzing about:
89% of 2,342 customers recommend
“Thanks for a very nice Friday night out :-)”
“Looking forward to returning and sitting on the patio :)”
“staff was very friendly and the food was excellent - took my niece there and we had a great time and then took her Mom there for a late birthday celebration and we...”
“staff was very friendly and the food was excellent - took my niece there and we had a great time and then took her Mom there for a late birthday celebration and we spent over 3 hours and enjoyed ourselves and were not rushed at all...I always thought that Foxfire was extremely pricey but was pleasantly surpised and thought the food and drink were definately worth the cost”