News & Reviews
Monthly DEC 2011 • "Baby It's Cold Outside"
" ... But it's
warm by the fire at these cozy spots, ideal for raising a toast and a
OCT 2011 • "Welcoming Fox and Hound Tavern Makes Guests Feel at
" ... that's the vibe of
the place: a restaurant where people aren't strangers for very long ..."
New Jersey Life NOV/DEC 2008
(31/2 out of 4 stars)
" ... startlingly good and inventive tavern food created by Executive
Brian Spagnola ...warm service adds to the
glow of dining here ..."
"An Elegant Experience - Fox & Hound surpasses usual excellence during the
holidays " • Recorder Community Newspapers December 6, 2007
"..a lovely place to spend an afternoon or evening on any given day of the
year - but during the holiday season it surpasses even its own high
standards of casual elegance and hospitality.."
Fox and Hound Tavern Celebrates 2nd Anniversary • Hunterdon County
Democrat, Thursday October 25, 2007
Fox and Hound Tavern Upgrades Its Menu: Lebanon Eatery Marks 2nd
Anniversary, Starts Catering
Fox and Hound Tavern Restoration Recognized with Award • April 2006
Fox and Hound Tavern at The Lebanon Hotel was nominated for and honored
with the Rehabilitated/Adaptive Use Award at the 16th annual
Hunterdon County Planning Board Planning and Design Awards Reception.
Click here for the Planning Board's Official Press
Hunterdon County Town & Country Living • Spring 2006
"Simply said, the restaurant is beautiful ... a study in architectural
design, rich in color coordination, textures and historical integrity... "
The Star Ledger February 13, 2006
(3 out of 4 stars)
Hunting for Good Food and Casual Elegance
" Some things are worth waiting for...."
New Jersey Monthly
(2 out of 3 stars)
" People who like the Tewksbury Inn and the old Chatfields in Gladstone
will love the Fox and Hound Tavern ..."
Courier News February
" Casual elegance at a restored English pub..."
" When the new owners were looking to open the renovated Lebanon Hotel as
the Fox and Hound Tavern, [Jonas] Gold embraced the opportunity to design its menu
and oversee the state-of-the-art kitchen..."
Courier News October 5, 2005
" After 21 months of painstaking restoration,...the circa-1820
stagecoach stop is one of the best-preserved—and smallest—among the score
or so of 18th- and 19th-century inns still operating in the area...."
69 Main Street
Lebanon, NJ 08833