Cheviot Hills is where rich Fox Studio gremlins retire each night, so it’s the last place you’d expect to find a fun English-style brewpub. But that’s exactly what The Stalking Horse is - a brewery and pub serving ESBs, wee heavy ales, and milk stouts they make in-house. The beers are solid (our favorite is the Furry Walls barleywine), and there’s enough food to get you through the night. The fish and chips is good, and the pretzel bites with mustard are great for a snack.

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