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A Casa Fox
Posted by bigeater on 04/30/2010
After long lines at Mole and Oliva, we decided to try A Casa Fox and we were pleasantly surprised! Perfect little spot for yummy tapas. Menu is not huge, but it has all that you need. Mini empanadas and crab cakes and risotto balls - all were really good! Andthe service was excellent. Will definitely be back.
Posted by mrs. thomas on 11/08/2009
i loved this restaurant. a cozy downtown treat- with delicious food and warm, inviting atmosphere. i've brought friends of all ages and they have loved it too. order the empanadas - amazing!
Posted by anonymous on 09/23/2009
I have been here a number of times with large and small groups and it's consistently good. the food is excellent and the atmosphere is charming. the menu has something for everyone and is a creative and delicious twist on pan-latin cuisine and tapas.
Posted by Foodie Lover on 08/27/2009
My boyf and I went here to grab some small bites before hitting up a bar for a friend's bday party and the food was delicious! I didn't try any of the platos fuertas but the tapas/small dishes were really delicious! I especially recommend the fried manchego w/membrillo! I will definitely go back to try out the other dishes here!
Posted by Bert on 06/02/2009
i was happy to stumble upon this spot after i returned from a trip in central america; the entire restaurant permeates with a cozy, inviting warmth remniscent of my trip. both times i've gone have been during the week around 10-ish, and there was at most only one other occupied table so it felt as if we've discovered a secret nook that people haven't caught onto yet. it's a great place for a date or dining with a friend, the atmosphere and service are lovely, and the food is great. i only wish they had more vegetarian options.
Posted by aonnn on 02/06/2009
Way overpriced. The space is very nice and open and inviting. My empanada was incredibly hollow and the sauce that came with it was so thick and overpowering I skipped it all together leaving me with an expensive, tasteless, meatless pocket of baked dough.
Posted by a new fav on 01/15/2009
the food is delish, the atmosphere is warm and cozy (woodburning fire place!) and you can't beat BYOB. I'll be back.