Sponsored: Superb Food And A Warm Welcome Awaits At Connie Foxes Bar & Steakhouse

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Outside Connie Foxes at The Imperial Hotel were Duty Manager Peter Beyer, Olive Sheehan of The Imperial Hotel and General Manager of The Imperial Hotel, Derek Carroll. Photo by Dermot Crean

FANCY going somewhere new for a bite to eat this weekend?

Then you really should check out the new bar and steakhouse in the familiar location of The Imperial Hotel on Denny Street, as Connie Foxes has just opened to to provide something fresh and exciting for diners.

General Manager of The Imperial Hotel, Derek Carroll, is delighted with how the changes are working and is looking forward to welcoming diners into Connie Foxes.

The snug area can be a nice place if you want some privacy while dining.

There’s a piano in the middle of the floor (which opens many possibilities!) and a new snug with seating for up to 12 people is bound to be popular for customers who would like a bit of privacy.

General Manager of the Imperial Hotel, Derek Carroll with the new piano in the middle of Connie Foxes.

The bar is also accessible from a doorway out on to Denny Street as well as the main hotel entrance and customers will be pleased with the new look inside.

As well as the new look, there’s a brand new menu and includes old favourites and adventurous newcomers. You can enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail from a choice of Whiskey Sour, Gin Bramble or Mojito.

The interior of Connie Foxes.

Some light bites include Devilled Lamb Kidneys, French Onion Soup, Seafood Chowder, Honey and Chilli Prawns and more.

An Anti Pasti sharing platter consists of Cured Meats ,Cheeses Vegetable and Salad to share while perhaps enjoying a glass of wine with Humus, Basil Pesto, Olive Oil, and Ciabatta.

Mains included succulent Slow Cooked Ribs, Critter Chicken, Thai Green Curry, a whole range of delicious burgers, a selection of steaks to die for and a rack of pork to satisfy any carnivore.

You can relax afterwards with a choice of cocktails which includes White Russian, Bailey’s Mint Martini, Espresso Martini or an Irish Coffee. (see the full menu below)

Make sure you find the Cunning Plan table.

The venue has some nice details and quirks too, like the ‘Cunning Plan’ table located in the restaurant where diners who sit there can avail of a 10% discount by saying the words ‘I have a cunning plan’.

With the top floor bar also open for diners and available for parties, Connie Foxes is well worth checking out whether you’re out for dinner with your partner, family or group of friends.

As for the name, well Olive Sheehan of Sheehan Hotels which owns The Imperial, has a daughter called Connie who sports hair of a certain hue and is affectionately known as Connie Fox. Scroll down for photos…


Dining in comfort and style.



One Comment

  1. Seamus Collins says:

    Best of luck for the future, we call
    In to the Imperial when ever we get
    the chance, because, the food is excellent, can’t
    Be faulted, plus the staff are very friendly
    with a warm welcome, if you have great food
    and good staff it a huge bonus, and
    the imperial have both, this goes for
    their sister hotels, Leens Hotel
    Abbeyfeale, and the Devon Inn Hotel
    Templeglantine, so again best wishes going forward.