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Foxy's, Weston Super Mare - pub details

Foxy's

Address: 28, West Street, Weston Super Mare, Somerset, BS23 1JU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24439) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Weston-super-mare (0.5 miles), Weston Milton (1.7 miles), Worle (3.4 miles)

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user reviews of Foxy's, Weston Super Mare

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Now known as The Live Lounge, this is in many ways more of a cocktail bar rather than your traditional pub, although as it’s name suggests there is also something of an emphasis on live music and there was a large stage in the corner with some very big speakers. The barman informed us that there was going to be karaoke on later, although when we left at 9:00pm there was nobody else in there so it hardly seemed worth staying open. A lighting rig across the centre of the pub continued the music theme.

Décor wise it is fairly unremarkable with rough wooden boards on the floor, cream wood panelling on the ceiling and a red neon strip light around the perimeter. An old wooden fire-place was at the rear which had unfortunately been blocked up. This was a shame as it was several degrees too cold in there and I kept my coat on the whole time. Presumably the “warm welcome” referred to on their website must be in the metaphorical sense. There were a number of old vinyl LP’s stuck on the walls as well as pictures of musicians and American cityscapes. The corridor leading to the loos was lined with black and white photographs of starts such as David Jason, The Two Ronnie’s and Kenneth Williams.

Unfortunately there were no ales on tap, real or otherwise, whilst the solitary cider was Thatcher’s Gold, although this was at least priced at a reasonable £3.00. A notice on the wall advertised various cocktail and shots deals.

Blackthorn - 14 Feb 2014 12:20
Closed down a long time ago. now known as the bottle bar.
stage1 - 9 Apr 2009 21:25

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