My first time here but my hubby had been here before. Very crowded but we didn't wait long. I ordered the grilled chicken salad and I loved it, plenty of dressing!! Tight seating but I will definitely go back again.
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I've been coming to Fox's for many years. It is a classic deli. The owner/manager Shelly always seems to be there. I believe it is only open for lunch.
We were in for an appointment and then for dinner before returning home. We ended up having car trouble and pulled to an off road that lead us to this deli. What a wonderful surprise. The corned beef and potato salad was very good. And...More
My wife's cousins recommended doing lunch at Fox's. The atmosphere is wonderful. All the sandwiches have names that are puns on mostly from television and movie characters like "Silence of the Hams." Now it appears to be a Jewish deli but it has no problem...More
The decor is 1950s diner but they serve sandwiches, knishes, bagels & other Jewish deli classics. Great Ruben and pastrami sandwiches.Potato salad is excellent. Quick service, reasonable portions and prices.
My friends have gone here for years and not sure how I missed it. Soup was delicious as well as my sandwich. SO many sandwiches to choose from. You could go every day for two months and try something new every day! The only thing...More
Diner food....their rueben is hands down the very best! Perfect size too, not too big/too small - plenty of corned beef. Soups are homemade and delicious.
Stopped by because we were in the area and wanted to try a local restaurant. Lentil soup was divine!!! A plus is that it was vegetarian. The although "My Cousin Vinny" sandwich clearly says they use veggie paddy instead of chicken for their chicken Parmesan...More
Closest thing to real NY deli stye food. Great Ruben. All food is excellent. Quick service and reasonable prices.