The Intrepid Fox is a rock and heavy metal themed pub set over two floors.
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15 St. Giles High Street, Charing Cross, London, WC2H 8LQ
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+44 (0)20 7494 0827
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The Intrepid Fox
15 St. Giles High StreetCharing CrossLondonWC2H 8LQ
- +44 (0)20 7494 0827
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- Tottenham Court Road
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I used to love the old Fox but this is more contrived and not as cool. It's got better as its got older but still not the same. The doormen also have attitude it's a metal bar and metal is supposed to be inclusive and not have a dress code. Leave the leather jacket at home on a Saturday night and you won't be getting in which is lame.
Used to go a lot but now I go to the Cro the beer may...more
Ah, Intrepid Fox- my bf took me here on kinda our first date: "uh, I know this wicked place, you'll love it! ".
Well, I didn't like it that much...but we're still together hehe. I found it too suffocating and full of posers. Really, they're trying too hard to impress.
The interior is ok but it's always packed so if your group is bigger than 2, good luck finding a place to sit down.
I was dragged here by a friend, after having tried a different bar first, which was a bit pricey. The intrepid fox is a rocky little joint that I was surprised to have found in the covent garden area. The interior is supposed to be scary from what I gathered, but is not really, the only "scary" thing, I guess, would be the biker gang memebers that can be seen hanging out here. The crowed is a...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
I really don't like this place and it pretty much sums up what I hate most about the alternative scene in London . . . posers. The staff, the clientele . . everything, except the toilets. Those toilets are pretty hardcore.
The staff have always been misery-guts, even at the old venue. You do know that you can be "Rock" and still have a smile on your face and maybe even say please and/or...more