CAMRA-approved pub serving a fine range of ales and contemporary pub food, including Sunday roasts
A CAMRA-approved pub serving a fine range of ales and contemporary pub food, including Sunday roasts. It's close to Canonbury station, too.
The food menu focuses on updates of British classics, so expect dishes such as rotisserie-cooked chicken alongside a weekly selection of home smoked meats, including cured English pork belly, racks of barbecue baby back ribs, slow-cooked brisket and smoked wild boar and apple sausages.
The CAMRA approval ensures there's a good range of real ales and craft beers regularly on tap, complemented by whiskies from Scotland, Ireland, Japan and the USA, and a short wine list with ten available by the glass.
We have just launched our new function room that seats up to 20 for private dining and offers a sharing menu to feast with your companions. An intimate and stylish setting for any special occasion. We host regular events including our wine club, origami workshop and supper club. Please get in touch to hire.
Pictures of '60s icons adorn the walls and the 45rpm jukebox sets the scene. We have DJs every Friday and Saturday too, playing the best rock 'n' roll, funk and soul.
Join us for our popular pub quiz every Tuesday from 9pm. It is an eclectic quiz with different rounds and activities. We give many prizes!
Choose from our daily rotisserie menu that serves Freemans of Newent free-range chickens, our homemade pies crafted with two types of pastry, and a selection of burgers. We also offer weekly specials focusing on British classics using seasonal produce.
Our real ale festivals, held twice a year, are not to be missed with people travelling far and wide to try ales rarely seen in London. Keep an eye on our website and social media for details of the next festival.
|Venue name:||The Snooty Fox||Contact:|
75 Grosvenor Ave
|Opening hours:||Pub Mon-Thu 4-11pm; Fri 4pm–1am; Sat noon–1am; Sun noon–9pm. Kitchen Mon-Thur 5–10pm; Fri 5-10pm; Sat noon-10pm; Sun noon-7pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Highbury & Islington; Rail: Canonbury|
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North London Brew Fest
This craft beer festival returns for three days, with an impressive array of cask ales and keg beers. Friday sees an ale and cheese pairing event hosted by Des de Moor (£12 via the event page) and Saturday features a meet the brewer session. Rock 'n'...Food and drink events Thursday February 2 2017 - Sunday February 5 2017
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The Snooty Fox is the best local in the area. Great food, great drinks, great atmosphere and friendly staff.
The staff at the snooty fox are lovely, the food incredable and their ale range is always well kept and tasty. love it everytime I go there!!
A great pub with fantastic selection of beers, ales and ciders. With a great menu and wonderfully unique decor this pub is one of my absolute favourites.
The Snooty Fox is the best local I've ever had. Great beer, great food and great music. The staff are super friendly and there is a warmth and charm about this place that you don't see in pubs in London. Their ale festivals are really good fun too.
This is a really great pub! The Snooty Fox offers a very good selection of beers, which are always changing.The pub atmosphere is relax with good music on. The staff were friendly and professional and very helpful at all time.
We went there for the first time on a Sunday and were delighted by the quality of the meat and the big portions of roasts. The whole room was full of people and the service was excellent. One of the best and most enjoyable Sunday roasts we had in London.
Nice pub - shame about the service.
The decor is cool but the toilets are on the shabby side of chic. Part of a large group for a birthday party- we enjoyed reasonably priced drinks and I had the "snooty burger" which was really tasty. Unfortunately, after the bar man made a mistake (human error, it happens), he got a bit stroppy and the quality of service declined sharply. Understaffing was his excuse, which I can only sympathise with, but his response (and that of a colleague- maybe management?) to criticism was dismissive and quite frankly insulting. Despite enjoying my evening as a whole, I will not be going back.