Good for a night out but the floor is always very sticky Nice selection of drinks and good atmosphere
Went here with a group of 9 friends on a Friday night and had a great time. Excellent selection of beers and drinks with cracking live band. Areas to sit in enclaves and a small nightclub which although a bit dingy does the job for later night fun.
I spent one night in Inverness and since we arrived quite late our dining options were limited. No one in my party is a fussy eater so we decided to try this pub. We weren't seated when we came in so I asked a bartender if we should just have a seat and she said yes - so we went... More
Went there for lunch just after getting to our hotel and liked it so much that we went back there for dinner. Did not need a reservation but they were quite busy (which is a good sign). Us old folks got there around 7 so most of the crowd had not even started their night out. Had the caesar salad... More
A friendly pub used by locals, shoppers, and tourists. We stayed right across the Ness and Johnny Foxes was an easy walk across the bridge, Good traditional British and Scottish foods and good value for your money. I had the bartender turn on the outside heaters so that we could sit outside on a chilly evening.
We stopped in at the recommendation of our B&B for our first food in Inverness. There weren't many people there at the time so it was nice and quiet, we got one of those semi-private booths. The booths are nice and have stained glass in the backs. The only drawback is the seats seem far away from the table but... More
Most of the shops and restaurants in Inverness close between 5-6pm. From wandering around town, we found most of the restaurants are pretentious, but the town and shops are not. Don’t let the location of this restaurant deter you. It is on a busy corner and if you decide to sit outside, it is loud!!! It is in a very... More
Three of us went to Johnny Foxes for a late lunch, expecting a typical pub. Service was slow though the place was almost empty. The food was adequate (not special in any way) but the thumping, intrusive music made lunch hard to enjoy and conversation difficult. The floors were sticky throughout despite the fact that it was 2:30 in the... More
Lovely Irish bar in the heart of Inverness. We had dinner here 15th September, Fajitas were fab. Service for the food was fast but for our wine we waited about 20 minutes ! Think they had forgotten about us. They had entertainment but when we left he hadn't started.
Went to Johnny Foxes for a meal whilst visiting Inverness. Didnt book just walked in and were made very welcome by the lovely staff. I had steak and Guiness pie which was served with chips and 2 veg and hubby had the venison stew with mashes potatoes and veg. Thought the meals were very good value for money and very... More
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