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Popular pub Crafty Fox is expanding to Abu Dhabi

The gastropub and sports bar will soon debut in Yas Links Abu Dhabi.

Warm and convivial, Crafty Fox is one of those quintessential local haunts in Dubai, bringing a community feel to the greens of Jumeirah Golf Estates. Now, the gastropub and sports bar is gearing up to debut in Abu Dhabi — Yas Island to be exact. While an opening date has yet to be announced, several highlights have been revealed.

Location, Location, Location

Located in the heart of Yas Links Abu Dhabi, Crafty Fox takes over the space previously occupied by Japanese restaurant Matsu, offering a laidback dining experience with indoor, al fresco, and private dining options. The most notable part of the experience will be the spectacular 360-degree golf course and mangrove views that greet guests upon entry.

Crafty Fox Abu Dhabi

Food Matters

From tapas to hearty mains, the menu looks to global influences for inspiration and will feature favourites such as cottage pie, fish and chips, a raw section, buns and rolls, salads, flatbreads, a charcuterie corner, as well the OGs from Crafty Fox Dubai (the legendary Padron Shrimp and Wagyu Croissant included). Guests can round off their mains with desserts that span the likes of Bailey’s Cheesecake, Eton Mess, and more. Meanwhile, The bespoke beverage menu boasts over 100 new and old-world wine labels, 12 draft beers, and Crafty Fox signature cocktails such as Fox Sake, Foxylicious and The Nineteenth.

Crafty Fox Abu Dhabi

Games and More

An energetic atmosphere and year-round live sports excitement is expected at Crafty Fox Abu Dhabi thanks to a whopping 20 big screens, each allowing guests to immerse themselves in the ultimate viewing experience. And if you’re not catching a game, partner up with friends and play a game of pool. Promotions like Foxy Hours (Happy Hour) and Vixen Soiree (Ladies Night) are also in the works.

Crafty Fox Abu Dhabi

GO: Visit www.viyagolf.com/craftyfox for more information.

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Samia Qaiyum
A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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