If there's one moral to be gleaned from The Gingerbread Man, it's that hungry foxes can always be trusted to have excellent culinary taste. Show your faith in the fable's foodie with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of home-cooked fare at The Hungry Fox Restaurant & Country Store in Poets Square.
The Hungry Fox is a cozy breakfast and lunch destination serving up an extensive menu of sweets, savories, and other sinfully succulent creature comforts. To tame an early-morning stomach's jowly mammalian growl before it turns to expletive-laden tirades, bite into a breakfast burrito (stuffed with egg, cheese, sausage, onion, and salsa and served with hash browns, $7.89), an order of homemade biscuits and gravy ($5.79 for a full order), or a vegetable omelette (sautéed mushrooms, onions, green peppers, and tomatoes, served with potatoes and toast, $7.99). A homemade jumbo cinnamon roll ($2.99), a Belgian waffle ($5.29), or a healthily sugar-kissed stack of multigrain pancakes ($5.59) will satisfy the sweetest-toothed incisors. The Hungry Fox's lunch offerings include french-fry-friendly foods such as the green-chili cheeseburger ($6.99) and the deli fox sandwich (hard salami, ham, turkey, lettuce, tomato, onion, and swiss cheese, $7.29), as well as healthier options such as the spinach salad (topped with egg, cheddar, bacon, black olives, tomatoes, and onions, $6.99) and the seasonally offered stuffed tomato (filled with tuna, chicken, or egg salad and served with fruit, $6.59). If it's your first time dining at The Hungry Fox and the restaurant's bounty of tasty temptations overwhelm, try a declared "foxy favorite" such as the honey-stung chicken (four pieces of golden fried chicken, whipped potatoes, gravy, and a fresh vegetable, $8.99).
The unpretentious charm and homespun flavors of The Hungry Fox will tickle the tootsies of your taste buds like playful puppy tongues. Stop by for some delectable delights Monday–Friday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. or Saturday–Sunday 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- I really love this little restaurant. Every time we have gone there to eat, the food has been good and the people wonderful. The prices are reasonable and the food is homemade! Yum! – LadyAred, Yahoo! Travel
- Its [sic] like going over the Grandma's for breakfast...From the flowery wallpaper to the knick knacks and pictures on the walls...The breakfast here is amazing and the price is very reasonable. – monica w., Insider Pages