South London pub-goers on the hunt for a new foxhole need look no further than Crystal Palace this May as the Faber Fox jumps the back fence and builds its den in the heart of the suburb’s famous triangle.
Picking a prime spot at the top of Westow Hill, the Faber Fox will round up all the best bits a neighbourhood pub can offer. Enjoy a large bar and dining space serving satisfying British food and drink from local suppliers and producers; a dedicated sports area featuring giant screens showing all the latest games; live entertainment such as the all-important pub quiz, and a heated outdoor garden and terrace boasting some of the area’s best views out across the capital.
The latest venue from Livelyhood, the independent pub group on a mission to revive the old pubs of South London, joins The Clapham North (Clapham), The Regent (Balham), The Old Frizzle (Wimbledon) and the recently-opened Mere Scribbler (Streatham) as part of the group’s exciting expansion.
Livelyhood’s CEO, owner and South London resident Sarah Wall commented: “We’re really excited to be opening in the lively and vibrant area of Crystal Palace. The Faber Fox will have a prime spot overlooking the city accompanied by our signature warm, friendly neighbourhood feel. We can’t wait to open our doors and welcome SE19’s residents, visitors and workers into our newest den.”
Call off the hunt, the fantastic Faber Fox is coming.