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Edgar Allan Poe once studied in this building, but its current incarnation – a narrow nu-Victorian bar with a restrained sage colour-scheme – is far from Gothic. The name change (the pub was previously The Fox Reformed) reflects the new focus: quality, puff pastry-topped pies of Desperate Dan dimensions, made from scratch on-site, served with seasonal veg and priced at £9.50 or £12.50. Chicken, leek and gammon; beef and Guinness; and Stilton and mushroom are among the fillings. Order a pie with a tankard of Red Fox ale, one of a range of draughts that also includes Fuller’s Seafarers and beers from Camden Brewery. Otherwise, drink Provençal rosé or Portuguese Alentejo red by the glass, or snap up a bottle of big-bodied Monastrell Reserva (£24). For afters, devour rhubarb crumble, rich sponge slathered in Belgian chocolate, or spotted dick. The dog-friendly Fox’s compact rear garden will come into its own come summer.
I don’t want to be smug but there are definite benefits to keeping a physical list of the food and drink places you want to try. Such as when you arrive at your intended destination to find that they are unexpectedly shut when their website says they’re open and now you don’t know what you’re going to do for lunch.Such was the case when we rocked up to Dog Eat Dog on Sunday in Angel (whose owners are currently considering their proposition) and were left in the lurch. A quick consultation of my blog and we decided to hop on a bus over to the Fox and Pie in Stokey (only just noticed the animal theme there).
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