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Cross Foxes, Prestatyn

1 Meliden Road
LL19 9SB

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Local Pub (Marstons)

Reviews (Current Rating Average: 7 of 10) Add Review see review guidelines

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Al Bundy left this review about Cross Foxes

At the top of the main drag. Traditional style pub with cask ales from the nationals. Its ok and is pleasant enough.

On 16th June 2015 - rating: 7
[User has posted 3381 recommendations about 3299 pubs]

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Steve C left this review about Cross Foxes

The Cross Foxes is a large Marstons house that looks down the High Street from the south end. The interior is L shaped with a table and some bucket seats to the right of the entrance and a sunken seating area beyond. Up the left hand side of the pub are standard tables and chairs which are faced by the bar. At the rear are a pool table, dartboard and retro arcade game table. Plasma screens are located throughout and Sky Sports is heavily advertised. During my visit just after noon on Sunday a couple of weeks ago the barmaid had selected a few songs to play off the jukebox and the plasma screens were off. If I was staying longer I would have asked for the Ashes to be put on, which I’m sure would have been no problem, but being the only customer I saw no point as I only stayed for a pint.
Pedigree, Burton Bitter and Endeavour were the cask ale options and the usual draught suspects are available. I didn’t note any food being available.
A quiz night is advertised, but I didn’t see any day or time. Karaoke takes place every Friday night from 20:30. Free wifi is available and families are welcome during the day.

This is a pub with friendly service and traditional décor that I would return to.

On 19th August 2013 - rating: 7
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