Rye Fox is an overpriced club restaurant on Beverly near the Grove that’s not very good unless you’re in the mood to go clubbing for dinner. They specialize in rotisserie chickens and rye whiskey cocktails, but the $50 chicken is comparable to the ones that cost $8 in a grocery store, and the rye drinks are so sweet that you might wonder whether there’s any alcohol in them. Feel free to skip this place for the pizza slice shop next door.
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