There’s a joint in the valley that’s one of the best hideaways to have a drink at a reasonable price and catch a game or simply watch the highlights late at night. Legend has it Dennis Haskins (aka Mr. Belding from “Saved By the Bell”) hangs around these parts.

If that isn’t enticing enough, check out the games and karaoke. There are two dartboards and two video game machines that have everything from solitaire to a photo matching game.  

Sundays and Wednesdays, there’s karaoke in the far right corner of the bar. It has a great setup for anyone who wishes to slaughter classic tunes for the enjoyment of others, or dismay, whatever it may be.

The bar is stocked well with anything you need to drink. If the Foxfire Room had the capacity to be a superhero, it would. By day, it opens early at 9 a.m. during the week and 7 a.m. on weekends, when it’s home to an older crowd. You could say this is the Clark Kent side of the Foxfire until the early evening when they shuttle out only to become the destination for 20-somethings and up.

If a sports bar isn’t your kind of atmosphere, catching a game is perfect at the Foxfire. Plasmas line the walls around this place making it impossible to miss a second of any game from any angle, except the bathroom, of course.

Any bar with English and Irish beer on tap deserves immediate respect. Foxfire has Bass, Guinness, Hefeweizen, Fat Tire, Sierra Nevada and Sam Adams on tap.

Surprising as it may be, Guinness is poured correctly here. If you drink Guinness, you know what this means.

If you want a laugh at your friend’s expense on their birthday, notify the bartender and watch as Alec, the doorman, paddles them a new one. It’s almost like witnessing a fraternity hazing, but no one ends up in a hospital.



For more information, call (818) 766-1344.