Permanently Closed.. Upscale Jazz/cigar bar.
The Fox is the name to know for gourmet light fare (now serving lunch and dinner!), sophisticated cocktails, extravagant artwork and the best in live music.
With live entertainment Monday through Saturday, The Fox features different bands nightly on the Main Stage, and the legendary Michael Barnes in the Piano Bar.
BRIO Tuscan Grille2223 N. West Shore Blvd , Tampa FL, 33607
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Great place for the grown amd sexy. Good food amd live band
Pros: Parking, fun friendly staff, great atmosphere
This place has a great atmosphere and gets wonderful talent in there. I highly recommend going for drinks and music. The food is not that great though and very very over priced. The chicken is the same price as the snapper($25)-not sure how they figure that out? Anyway, I don't mind paying a lot for food if it is really good but this was not so great, just ok. So I would suggest eating beforehand somewhere else but having drinks there. We did have a great time though and my friends who ordered the burgers seems to enjoy them.
Pros: Atmosphere and music
This is a very chill spot to hang out, the live jazz music can really set the mood with great atmosphere, and the crowd seemed to be of the sophisticated type.
Pros: Excellent Live Jazz Music, the atmosphere was great and there area two seperate rooms
Cons: The drinks were expensive and they don't have Yuengling
Although the crab soup was great, I will never eat there again, nor will I recommend it to friends or enemies. For the bizarre price we paid, we would have been better served dining at Bern's Steakhouse.
Pros: The restaurant is very clean and well maintained. The staff is very friendly. The food is decent.
Cons: This place is way overpriced. We paid a $10 cover each to have diner,which was $140, as well as a $5 dollar valet, which was ridiculously close to the free parking. We were even charged an entertain fee of $2.70. Even at $2.70, the piano music was the other side of elevator music.