Brother Fox is inspired by the backyard barbecues held at the home of Chef-Partner Terry Raley and the spirit of fellowship inspired by the former church that houses us. We pay tribute to the rugged individualism of Pensacola’s unique historic cultural significance, specifically its Spanish influence. Real and super-rustic, the kitchen presents Old World cookery at its roots, with all the layers peeled back. Brother Fox utilizes a live-fire approach to cooking almost everything we serve, from coal-roasted oysters to Carne Asada for two, served with fresh, hand-made tortillas.
Our beautiful outdoor seating sets the stage for a casual meet-up with friends for a glass of wine from regions near and far, carafes of Margaritas and Pimms Cups, or even a frozen coquito from the bar. Inside, the cuisine and casually elegant design embody a “neighborhood” spot that caters to visitors and residents alike for special occasions, celebrations, and some of the finest wood-fired cuisine in Pensacola. Imagine food with soul, both exciting and traditional, in a breezy setting, right in the heart of Old East Hill.