For the young business and college types, it's an English pub without the grit. Light wood tones and the image of the horse-mounted hunter execute a clean, well-lit interior reminiscent of a traditional pub, but carpeted and much larger. Flat-screens line the walls with larger sets above the bar, broadcasting whatever game suits your fancy. Two rooms off the main space of Fox and Hound, dubbed the Green Room and Burgundy Room, respectively, house pool tables, dartboards and shuffleboard. Sundays feature service industry specials and every Tuesday pints are priced at two dollars.
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