Have a Good, Grown Time at Fox Trap 2.0 in Temple, Texas
If you’re ever in the Temple, Texas area and you're wanting to have a great time in a positive atmosphere (and maybe fill up on some tasty food), you have to go to the Fox Trap 2.0 Bar and Grill. The moment you walk into the establishment, you realize this is definitely for the grown and sexy crowd.
R&B music and blues are on the playlist here, so you're going to have a good time. Fox Trap 2.0 bar and grill is a bring your own bottle establishment, but they do serve beer and wine there. The first time I went to this establishment was for Mr. John Carroll, who is the owner of John Carroll Wine and recently launched a new vintage, and I immediately felt like family. The staff are so professional and polite.
FOX TRAP 2.0 BAR AND GRILL IS WHERE YOU NEED TO BE
FoxTrap 2.0 Bar and Grill is one of those establishments when you first walk in you immediately can feel the love and understand that the vibes all night are going to consist of you feeling like you are around your family. I cannot forget to talk about the food as well. You can smell the seasonings of whatever’s being cooked in the back kitchen outside and it's impossible to resist ordering something.
FOXTRAP 2.0 BAR AND GRILL IS TEMPLE TEXAS GO-TO SPOT!
Foxtrap 2.0 bar and grill is located at 1009 West Ave. F. When I was having a conversation with the owner, Cheryl Ambercrombie, she explained to me that her establishment is a very welcoming and safe place. A lot of times we go out in the city to enjoy ourselves and unfortunately the worst can happen, but at Foxtrap 2.0 , everyone definitely has the same objective: to just come in, dance a little, and have a great time.
If you’re ever in the Temple area and you’re not exactly sure what kind of plans you want for the weekend, Foxtrap 2.0 would definitely be my first choice when it comes to enjoying the city. Foxtrap 2.0 is definitely a place all of Central Texas needs to be every weekend!
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