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The Intrepid Fox
15 St. Giles High StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2H 8LQ
- +44 20 7836 0539
Rock Oasis - Ok, I haven't been here since 2012 (I thought I'd posted this).
Could be, most people were pissed and maybe gone, since navigating the place was easy, by the time I ambled in, shortly before last bell on a Saturday night followed by closing and I didn't really venture further than the first bar.
Either way, my night was made better by coming here after relative fiasco of the...more
This "gothic" bar relocated from Wardour St. to this location about seven years ago, and people sounded the death knell. I've been a few times since, and it seems to be doing just fine.
It's not for everyone. If you're alone, it might seem a bit unfriendly, but if you're with one or two like-minded people, you can have a good time. By like-minded I mean someone that can hang with the...more
I'd been here before a few years ago, and thought it was great. It was the top of my list of places that I had to check out when I went back to London.
I'm sad to say, it seems to have lost a step. Or rather, it hasn't changed for the better.
First of all, the staff seem to have genuine problems with anyone who's not a regular, or looks like they belong. I was sat - not stood - at the bar...more
"We're going to the Intrepid Fox tonight."
Me: "I can't. I have a severe hearing problem at the Intrepid Fox..."
There is nothing wrong with Metal. It just does not happen to be my favourite genre of music. Or my friends' favourite genre of music. So, we basically go there because it's a late pub, bang in the center of town and we can easily get night buses home east and west. But I...more
If you'd like the feeling of being slightly scared of rocking your face off while drinking, this is your joint.
Frankly, the Intrepid Fox is refreshing. I know that might sound odd as the walls are coated in grunge and head banger decor and ominous tones, but it's really original in an area coated with chain restaurants/pubs.
The staff looks straight out of a catalog for goth clothing, but...more