Not in the mood to cook tonight? Want to try something new? Then head to The Little Fox in Big Moose for an evening of great food! Following a soft opening this past winter, proprietor Beth Kellogg has officially re-opened The Little Fox with new drinks and menu options, but with the same friendly atmosphere that the local bar and restaurant has always been known for.
Her Neck of the Woods
Beth Kellogg has spent every summer of her life on Twitchell Lake, and after managing restaurants in Syracuse and Cazenovia, she has returned to the Big Moose area permanently. In 2016, Ms. Kellogg purchased The Little Fox (most recently known as “The Wayback Inn”) and the bar and restaurant has now officially re-opened.
With her passion for the restaurant industry, Ms. Kellogg knew as soon as the property came onto the market last year, that The Little Fox was the perfect place to build her dream establishment. In addition to The Little Fox’s 50-year history in the Big Moose region, there was also a family connection – Ms. Kellogg’s mother and sisters worked at The Little Fox for many years during the tenure of owners John and Judy Bennett.
A popular stop for those on their way to Twitchell Lake or Stillwater, The Little Fox has welcomed locals and visitors alike over the years. It features a large bar that can accommodate 50 people (with plenty of televisions for sports fans) and a cozy dining room that fits another 50 hungry individuals. Combining the reputation of the establishment with fresh ideas and menu selections, Ms. Kellogg has opened The Little Fox’s doors and invites everyone to come join her neck of the woods.
What’s For Dinner?
The Little Fox’s menu features eclectic dishes that are already becoming favorites with Big Moose residents and out-of-towners. Come try the Chicken Wing Meatballs or Tasso Pasta (or both)! The Little Fox’s tradition of Friday night Fish Fries will continue, as well as regular Wing Nights. There is a unique selection of wines and spirits – don’t miss the specialty cocktails “Moose Mule” and “Cucumber Pop”.
Is your stomach growling yet? Of course it is! You can visit The Little Fox Tuesdays – Sundays from 4 pm to 9 pm.
Tired after your meal? Visiting Big Moose and need an affordable and comfortable bed to crash in? Luckily for you and other visitors to the region, in addition to food and drinks, The Little Fox boasts five bedrooms that are convenient for travelers looking for lodging in the Central Adirondack region.