For centuries pubs have been the gathering place for those seeking a pint of ale, a hot meal or a visit with old friends — a “public house” in every way.
Fox & Goose is housed in the W.P. Fuller Building, a distinctive brick building that was constructed in 1913 and home to the original Fuller Paint & Glass Company. Construction on Fox & Goose began in January 1972, with the grand opening on January 15, 1975, serving beer, wine and pub fare for weekday lunch and Friday Nite Supper.
Co-founded by Bill and Denise Dalton and created in homage to Bill’s hometown pub in Hebden Bridge of western Yorkshire, England.
1st & 3rd Saturdays Dart Tourneys
Traditional English Supper and Breakfast Menus
In 1977, supper service extended to Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, and eventually to 5 nights per week in 1985. Breakfast Menu Service began in 1980. Fox & Goose has a reputation for “Best Breakfast” in Sacramento, winning awards in this category numerous times.
1990s | Cake
American Rock Band Cake performs at Fox & Goose Public House
1995 | Family Heritage
Allyson Dalton, daughter of Bill and Denise Dalton, assumes ownership of Fox & Goose
2001 | Jackie Greene
American singer-songwriter and musician Jackie Greene is discovered by manager Marty DeAnda at Fox & Goose Open Mic
2003 | David Garibaldi
American Artist David Garibaldi paints first live performances at Fox & Goose Open Mic. Fox & Goose Public House has the longest running Open Mic in Sacramento.
R Street District Improvements
R Street District Street Improvements and Arch Lighting Celebration, including installation of the Fox and Goose statues by Sacramento Artist Dick Ratcliff.
Interior expansion including patio seating, private dining room inspired by Winston Churchill’s home, and underground-themed restrooms.
Continuing Beloved Traditions
Continuing Beloved Traditions Peter Monson and Jessa Berkey, Fox & Goose General Management, assume ownership of Fox & Goose
Storefront and foyer renovation, followed by dining room expansion and redesign