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Saying goodbye to a Fox Family tradition

July 11, 2013

HALLS — Another area family-owned restaurant succumbed to the pressures of the market this past week....

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Jul-11-13 10:20 PM

i think a lot of the older folks enjoyed this place. the younger people like big chains over the small family restaurants. i cant understand why everything today has to have the gas industry thrown into the subject. i know my family always talked about going here to eat and loved it.. ive been there two maybe three times my entire life... food was good. it was family atmosphere. sorry to see this place close up.

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Jul-11-13 1:12 PM

Really don't know what to say here, I ate there some and it was OK. but when CB came to toen the parking lot for Fox's was empty. Maybe something was missing. What happened with the gas industry that was suppose to make a boom in the area?

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Jul-11-13 10:51 AM

never had anything but wonderful service there...I can assure you if you interview the true locals of this community they will all tell you the same thing

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Jul-11-13 9:23 AM

About 12 years ago went there with a group of about 20 people for breakfast, they knew in advance we were coming. We were served our breakfasts two at a time. By the time the last two were served a majority of the group were finished with their breakfasts. Terrible service, never went back!

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