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Place Hours Description Food
Angel & Greyhound
30 St Clements
01865 242660
Mon-Sat: 11-11
Sun: 12-10.30
Characterful Youngs pub with loads of games (ranging from Scrabble to darts and bar billiards). 2 beer gardens, at front and back. Disabled access. Mon-Sat: 12-3, 6-8.30
Sun: 12-2.30
Little Clarendon Street
01865 554224

let us know!
Newest bar on Little Trendy Street (June 2005). Worryingly brown decor, but the drinks are tasty and the front opens directly onto the pavement for summer. No
Café BaBa
240 Cowley Road
01865 203011
Mon-Fri: 5pm-11pm
Sat-Sun: 10am-11pm
Sister bar to the Kazbar, this tiny stylish morroccan venue has a lovely tiny courtyard at the back for summer. Good cocktails at fairly high (ie. cocktailish) prices; tasty tapas too. Key player in the stealthy trendification creeping up the Cowley Road of late. Tapas all day
(bars in Walton St & Cowley Rd)
See our Nightclubs & Bars page for details of these cocktail, dancing & eating establishments.
The Bear
Corner of Alfred Street and
Blue Boar Street

01865 728164
Sun 12-10.30pm
Old; tiny; collection of ties on the wall; outdoor seating; real ale. Small selection of home-cooked dishes at lunchtimes
The Black Swan
Crown Street (opposite Tescos, off Cowley Rd)
01865 242153
tbc Missing the homeland, or just after an old-fashioned pint at old-fashioned prices (& perhaps a game of darts)? Then the Swan, Irish to the hilt & then some (especially when it comes to the jukebox & the decor - hurling & horseracing posters), is for you. Opposite the Crown House, east Oxford's Irish social club (see Shamrock bar, below), the Swan is not for the faint-hearted - but once adopted by the publicans, you'll find it warm and friendly. No
The Old Bookbinder's Arms
Canal Street
01865 553549
Sun: 12-10.30pm
Lovely, rambling (yet smallish & cosy), friendly real ale pub with Wednesday Jazz Club. Games available (chess, etc); darts; barrel of free peanuts!! (Plus occasional parrot, if the man's in...) Food served from 12-9pm daily
Brewery Gate
St Thomas' St
Closed Sun Cheap beer at £1.50 a pint all day Monday to Saturday; other drinks offers. Pool table, beer garden. 'Oxford's newest gay pub' according to Queer Oxford. Lunchtimes
The Brickworks
182 Cowley Rd
01865 245999
Mon 12-11pm
Sun 5pm-10.30pm
Tiny bar up steep steps with slightly less crowded downstairs bar (down some more steps). Occasional DJ downstairs. Gets very packed on weekends. Hoegaarden on tap; tasty cocktails. Former scuzzy ravers' bar revamped a few years ago only to have become as refreshingly scuzzy and laid-back as ever. Friendly staff. Monthly ladies only night (3rd Tues). Pub grub 12-6pm daily
The Bullingdon
162 Cowley Road
01865 244516
Mon,Wed, Fri: 12pm-12am
Tues: 12pm-1am
Fri & Sat: 12pm- 2am
Sun: 12-11pm
Another of the Cowley Road's ex-Irish Pubs. Now a gigs & comedy venue with a small pub bit stuck on the front. Venue is capable of attracting some biggish names every so often. 12-3pm daily
The Castle Tavern
24 Paradise Street
01865 201510
Mon-Wed: 12-11pm
Thu-Sat: 12pm-2am (downstairs)
Sun: 12-11.30pm
One of the friendliest hubs of Oxford's gay pubbing scene. Smart basement late bar 'The Rainbow Room' is open late (last entry 11pm). Serves pub food, snacks and more (see right), house wine at £6.50 a bottle & double spirits at £1 more than singles. Check out their fun website: www.castletavernoxford.co.uk 12-3pm daily
+ Sunday roast
The Chequers
131 High St (down small alley on left as you approach Carfax)
01865 727463
12-11pm Large 2-level establishment with benches in small enclosed courtyard for summer. Recently sustained a pine refurbishment. Large televisions, one-armed bandits & pool tables survived. 12-7pm
Chester Arms
19 Chester St
01865 243203
Mon-Fri: 6-11pm
Sat: lunchtime-11pm
Sun: lunchtime-10.30pm
Spacious, pleasant venue in quiet residential location a few minutes' walk from Iffley Fields nature reserve. Occasional pool table (!). Live bands on Weds, Fri & Sat nights, and a Thursday night quiz. Large grassy garden great in summer. Wed-Sat 7pm-9pm
Plus Sat & Sun traditional lunch
Cock and Camel
24 George Street
01865 203705
Open 8am - 11pm (Sundays 10.30pm)

Booze from 11am, (Sunday 12pm)

Central bar which thus gets very full at peak times. Occasional events in the sweaty basement, the Blue Room, which is available for private hire. 8am - 9pm, except
Fri & Sat 8am - 6pm
Breakfast menu to noon, full menu afterwards.

The Corridor
Corner of Princes Street & Cowley Road
01865 247519
12-11pm Once the infamous New Inn, home to rammed house & trance nights and a multitude of dodgy dealings. Now a be-pined trendy-looking bar. Outdoor on-street seating in a "continental café" vein. 20% student discount 3-8pm and all day Wednesday.> No
Cricketers Arms
43 Iffley Road
01865 726264
Sun 12-10.30pm
Narrow, single-bar 1930s pub paying homage to a famous cricketer on its bat-shaped corner chimney stack. Under new management, it has a fresh, trendy-cocktail-bar feel, comfy squishy seats, a real fire, pool table, nice staff and occasional live music/party nights. No
The Duke
96 St Clements
01865 438820
tbc This ace little pub has recently been refurbished with care to make the utmost use of its slim proportions. Sporting clubby tunes and decor, it is light and airy & has a miniscule beer garden. Also has pool table and table football. Nice real ales on offer. tbc
Duke of Cambridge
Little Clarendon Street
See Nightclubs & Bars page for details of this cocktail-vending institution.
Eagle & Child
49 St Giles
01865 302925
Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm

This long, narrow pub boasts the room where Tolkien and C.S Lewis used to drink for 30 years or so. Small conservatory at rear is available for private functions (though don't touch the undersides of the tables, or you will find out what the stickiness of years of beer drizzle residue does to your trousers).

Mon-Fri 12-8pm
Sat & Sun 12-4pm
The Elm Tree
95 Cowley Road
01865 792088
Mon-Thur 12-11pm
Fri & Sat 12-2am
Sun 12-10.30pm
Large, 3-bar pub with pool tables, large tv screen and various live music nights. Squidgy sofas available; some on-street bench seating for summer. Weekend breakfasts - ask for details
The Exeter Hall
1 Oxford Road
01865 776431
tbc Rather further towards Cowley than many students ever venture during their time in Oxford, this spacious, friendly venue on the corner of Cowley & Marsh roads has a growing reputation as one of Oxford's best live music venues. Find all the details you could possibly want at www.exeterhall.co.uk. Upcoming gigs are also to be found in our Gig listings. Apart from this, the venue has two bars, a pool table and a small back courtyard for summer. tbc
Far from the Madding Crowd
Friar's Entry
01865 240900
Mon-Sat 11am -11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
This reincarnation of the much-loved spirit of Jericho's Jude the Obscure pub has an arts emphasis, nearly half the venue being exhibition space. Spacious and open, with large glass frontage. Friendly staff, some live music and even student theatre previews. Mon-Fri 12-3pm, 5-8pm
Sat & Sun 12-5pm
The Fishes
North Hinksey Village
01865 249796
10-11pm (-10.30pm Sun) Large, recently refurbished (2005) restaurant-pub in semi-rural location. Impressive (and correspondingly expensive) menu (all on website). Outdoor seating on terrace and amongst pine trees - picnic hampers available in summer. Some children's play equipment and 2 Aunt Sally (traditional Oxfordshire pub game) sets. Restaurant overlooks garden. Occasional salsa evenings.

All day from 10am-6.30pm.
A la carte until 2.30pm Mon-Fri, & from 6.30pm Mon-Sun.

119 Walton Street
01865 311171
Mon-Tues 11am-12am, Wed 11am-1pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-10.30pm. The most aesthetically impressive drinking venue in Oxford, Freud's is a converted church in Jericho. Art installations, soaring classical architecture, daily live music. Very popular on weekends, so arrive early or be prepared to queue. See our gigs page for up-to-date listings. Great cocktails and posh snacky grub. 11am until late
7 days a week
The Gardeners' Arms
Plantation Road, Jericho
01865 559814
Mon & Tues: 5-11; Weds-Sun: 12-11 Good real pub with impressive oak-panelled bars, friendly staff, great beer and the only 100% vegetarian & vegan pub menu in Oxford. Poetry & music nights. Menus and everything else you could desire: www.thegarden-oxford.co.uk. Plus a review here. No food Mon or Tues.
Weds-Sat:12-8; Sun 12-6
The Gloucester Arms
Friar's Entry
01865 241177
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Popular, friendly den of hairy biker types. Live music of the corresponding genre. DJ Thurs & Friday. 12-7 every day.
The Goose at Gloucester Green
14 Gloucester Street
01865 726255
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Cavernous chain pub (cf. Wetherspoons, etc.) with large outdoor seating area & various bargainous food + booze deals. The new management painted over the pub's large crazy wall mural which was once the only thing worth looking at in Gloucester Green. Review here Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm
Fri & Sat 11am-7pm
The Grapes
7 George Street
01865 793380
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Pleasant, characterful small venue occasionally frequented by actors playing at the Apollo/New Theatre. Refreshingly quiet oasis in the mayhem of George Street boozing. Walls plastered with signed show posters. Mon-Thur 11.30-3, 6-9
Fri & Sat 11.30-6
Sun 12-8
The Half Moon
18 St Clements
01865 247808
Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Tiny Irish pub with lively folk music sessions on Sunday and Wednesday evenings (occasionally attended by current and past stars of the folk world). No
The Head of the River
Folly Bridge
01865 721600 / 726158
Mon-Sat 11.30-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Popular outdoor summer venue (right on the river, heatlamps available), much frequented by students. Warning: may get busy around times of rowing events!! Has 12 hotel rooms if you don't feel up to staggering home. To 9 or 9.30pm
every day.
The Hobgoblin (1)
108 St Aldates
01865 250201
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
20% discount for students 2pm-8pm on production of a Bodleian library card. Small, partly covered external courtyard at rear. 12-3pm every day.
The Hobgoblin (2)
172 Cowley Road
01865 439496
Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Loud, medium-sized venue popular with (mainly, for some reason, Brookes) students. Often packed. External courtyard at rear, covered by marquee in colder months. Cute stone gargoyles. 12-3pm (ish)
The Holly Bush
106 Bridge St, Osney Island
01865 793613
tbc Spacious, popular pub with occasional live music (Mar 2005). Pool table; small garden at rear for summer. Bar food available. Some rooms too. lunchtimes/eves
The Jack Russell
21 Salford Road, Marston
01865 247668
Mon-Fri 11am - 2.30pm and 6pm - 11pm; Sat 11am - 11pm; Sun 12 noon - 11pm Darts and pool available; a regular quiz on Wednesday nights and live music once a month. Dogs and children are allowed, as is smoking. It's 99% wheelchair friendly, and they're working on the other 1%. Home-cooked meals daily
James Street Tavern
47- 48 James St
01865 247127
Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Medium-sized venue with attractively protuberant round bay windows. Outdoor seating under cover at the side for summer. Pool table (free Mondays); live music (check details); all major sporting events televised. Jukebox. Pizzas all day, other food 12-2pm & 5-8pm (probably).
Weekend cooked breakfast + pint: £5
The Jericho
56 Walton St
01865 311775
Mon-Sat 12-11pm
(Thurs - midnight)
Sun 12-10.30pm
Busy 'Scream' pub. Pine-furnished, big comfy sofas, Yellow Card drinks discounts, enormous connect-four game & 2 good pool tables. Upstairs bar (home to one of Radiohead's first ever gigs) hosts live bands and occasional DJs. Drinks offers. TVs showing MTV. 12-9pm Sun-Wed
12-7pm Thu-Sat
The Jolly Farmers
20 Paradise Street
01865 793759
Mon-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Sun: 12.30pm-10.30pm
'The oldest continuous pub in Oxford' (the Bear is older, but was once closed for about 50 years) - parts of which consist of the old city wall - the Farmers is a popular, gay-friendly venue. Non-intimidating and lacking 'attitude', it also boasts a partly covered garden and 2 real ales on tap. Special offers on Draught beers (£1.95 per pint) & various alcopops on Mondays. Food: 12-3 daily. Sunday roast
Jude the Obscure
54 Walton St
01865 557309
Sun-Thurs 12-11pm
Fri & Sat 11am-11pm
Formerly Oxford's only theatre pub. Now a medium-sized, average pub with outdoor seating in a suntrap courtyard. Sunday roasts. 12-9pm (8.30pm Sun)
27 Cowley Rd
01865 202920
Mon-Sat 12-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm Less packed & sweaty on weekends now due to its recent expansion (early 2004), Kazbar has several attractive features, including its sangria, tasty tapas, exotic morroccan/spanish feel, guitar on a string weighing the door closed, and amazing loos. You can't book, veggies are well catered-for and there is disabled access. None of the bar is non-smoking. A good "any drink, 2 tapas & bread for £5.50" lunchtime deal is available. If it's full you may be able to squeeze into its (smaller!) sister bar, Café BaBa, further up Cowley Road. During opening hours
The King's Arms
Corner of Parks Rd & Holywell St.
01865 242369
Mon-Sat: 10.30am-11pm Sun 10.30am-10.30pm, booze from 12pm This spacious, busy venue serves some real ales & caters mainly for the upper end of the student market. Multi-level, small separate bars (one non-smoking, coffee area). Some comfy sofas; walls adorned with photos of the pub's favourite visitors, & other interesting paraphernalia. You will inevitably overhear study-related conversation of some kind. Food: Salad & cold meats buffet, 11.30am-9.30pm.
Hot food 11.30am-2.30pm & 5.30-9pm
Lamb & Flag
12 St Giles
01865 515787
11am -11pm Biggish, longish old place with nooks and crannies of seating, opposite Eagle & Child. 12-3pm
Merton's Bar
73 High Street
01865 249065
Mon-Sat 11am-2am,
Sun 11am-11pm
Restaurant & late bar. Probably due to its location (in a small nightspot desert between the start of east Oxford and the end of the town centre), queues at the weekend are a certainty, as is an entrance fee. Drinks are expensive and service slow. However, on balance, it is a remarkably civilised place to procure a late night drink, especially if you can bag the sofa. tbc
The Mitre
High St
01865 244563
Mon-Sat 10.30am -11pm, Sun 11am-10.30pm
(Booze from 12pm)
Spacious Beefeater pubstaurant with several separate seating areas. Host to several college society meetings. Restaurant and bar food:
Mon-Sat 11.30am-10pm
Sun 12-10pm
97 St Clements
01865 200111
11am-11pm (12 for diners),
7 days a week
Great, friendly cocktail bar (happy hour: 5.30-8pm - 30% off) & Slovakian restaurant reviewed favourably by both the Guardian & Daily Info. Delicious all round. Review here Food all day
Holywell's Bar and Brasserie
38 Holywell St
01865 203536
12-11pm Former Blackwell's bookshop with attractive central basement-to-ceiling glass 'chimney' open to the elements in Wadham college. New website available soon at www.holywells.net. More on our Restaurants page. Yes
The Osney Arms
45 Botley Rd
01865 247103
Mon-Fri 11-2.30 & 6-11, Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 12-3, 7-10.30pm Small venue whose punters are very keen on pool. Bar meals, lunchtime to 2, evening 6-8.30pm
The Oxford Blue
32 Marston Street
01865 723898
tbc Under new management for the last year - we haven't got there yet - your reviews invited! Various special food/drinks/pool, rugby on the big screen, etc. Food served 12-8pm 'most days'; roasts on Sun
The Perch
(Binsey Village)
01865 728891 / 728893
Mon-Fri: 11.30-2.30, 6-11pm
Sat: 11.30am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Old pub with large grassy outdoor seating area (playground, giant chess set, barbecue). Very popular in summer, when it now has occasional jazz BBQs. Keep your eye on our Gigs listings section to spot these. Good stop for a warming brew whilst on a bracing winter walk by the canal, Port Meadow or to Binsey. Recently saved from unnecessary conversion into a "Vintage Inn". Food served daily 12pm-2pm & 7pm-9pm (no food Sunday evening)
Purple Turtle
Frewin Court
  See Nightclubs & Bars page for details of this noisy, Oxford student orientated dancing & drinking establishment
Turl Street
01865 200404
tbc Private members' establishment directly related to the television show, 'Quite Interesting', which non-members can access various parts of (has a bookshop, does food, etc.). Further details are obscure. Designed to be a spot where Oxford's intellectual glitterati can meet for intelligent conversation without feeling oppressed by fashion. Peculiar talkboard at www.qi.com tbc
Royal Oak Open 11.30-11,
Sun 12-10.30
Very inoffensive pub with endless nooks and crannies, exposed beams, non-smoking area and friendly staff. Bar billiards.

Mon - Fri 12pm - 2.30pm & 6 - 9pm; Sat 12pm - 3pm & 6pm -9pm

Rose and Crown
North Parade
01865 510551
Mon-Fri 10am-3pm (booze from 10.30), 5pm-11pm
Sat 10am-3pm (booze from 10.30), 6pm-11pm
Sun 12pm-4pm, 6pm-10.30pm
Pleasant, old-fashioned venue with good food at reasonable prices (hence lots of business lunchers to be spotted). Lots of interior nooks and crannies supplemented by a heated & covered all-year-round courtyard, popular (and leafy, mediterranean-feeling, and uncovered) in summer. Chess club; 'cottage' at rear available for hire for meetings, watching televised sports events, etc. Mon-Sat, 12pm-2.15pm, 6pm-9pm
Sun 1pm-3pm, 6pm-9pm
The Shamrock Bar (above the Crown House Club),
Crown Street

01865 421970 / 463692
Weekdays: open evenings. Weekends: open afternoons & evenings Founder Danny Bourke informs us that all profits made by the bar are donated to good causes. The bar is youth-orientated, and is a real Irish social club (nothing 'themed' about it). Live music. Membership is £10 but you can be signed in free if you mention Daily Info. No

The Somerset House
241 Marston Road
01865 722020

Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm

Traditional 1930's pub with loads of pub games including free pool Monday-Friday til 6pm. Two bars, front and rear beer gardens, parking.

Daily 12pm - 3pm
The Star
21 Rectory Rd, off Cowley Rd
01865 248011
Mon-Sat 12-11pm,
Sun 12-10.30pm
Spot local bandmembers, their relatives, sound engineers and barely drinking-aged friends. Friendly, if slightly grumpy (very hardworking) staff. Wed: Vodka night (£1 per shot) and indie music. Mon: Free pool, Jack Daniels night, rock music. No, but there's a bbq in the large garden on which you're welcome to cook your own food.
Temple Bar
21 Temple Street, off Cowley Rd
01865 243251
Mon-Sat 12-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm One of the first East Oxford venues to be treated to the pine refurb treatment (it must come to us all in the end). Attractive red pool tables. Popular student venue. DJs on Friday & Saturday nights; all major sporting events televised. 12-8pm every day.
The Three Goats Heads
St Michaels' St
01865 721523
Mon-Sat 11.30am-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm Interesting split-level pub with an older clientele than the local student crowd. Its most interesting feature is its beer from a Yorkshire micro-brewery. Tue - Fri 12-3, 6-9; Sat & Sun 12-6

The Three Horseshoes
16 The Green
01865 361395

Tues - Sat 12pm - 11pm
Sun  12pm-10.30pm;
 Mon  12pm-3pm
Traditional village pub refurbished with a modern twist. All dishes homemade & freshly prepared. Sunday carvery, quiz night, large beer garden & car park, floodlit Aunt Sally, live music, murder mystery dinners (see Pub Events for more info).

Food: Mon 12pm-2.30pm
Tues - Sat 12pm-3pm & 6pm-9pm Sun Carvery 12pm-3pm

The Trout
01865 302071
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm
Sun 12-10.30pm
Rambling riverside pub in the attractive village of Wolvercote, an hour's walk across Port Meadow (or a 10-minute drive from Oxford centre, up Woodstock Road and turn left). Ruined Godstow nunnery luks picturesquely over the river. Famous for its peacocks, braziers for roasting chestnuts in autumn (has extensive outdoor seating with heatlamps) and bridge joining its terrace to a garden on the other side of the river. VERY popular in summer, especially with students taking visiting parents. Good food. Non-dining children must stay in the garden. 12-9pm every day.
Can seat 284 people inside and out, but still gets very full
The Turf Tavern
Bath Place, off Holywell Street/Queen's Lane
01865 243235
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm Old pub with two busy bars and 3 outdoor courtyards. Numbered among drunken poet Dylan Thomas' haunts when in Oxford. Serves real ales and has friendly staff. Heatlamps and braziers in winter; popular all year round, it is often packed in summer, particularly with celebrating finalists. Occasional live music in rear courtyard. Food 12pm-7.30pm daily
Selection of pub favourites, occasional bbq.

The Victoria
Walton Street, Jericho
01865 554047

Mon-Sat 12-11pm
Sunday 11-10:30pm

Old Jericho favorite - has changed hands regularly over the last 10 years and now seems to be a lot more open to newcomers than it has been in previous incarnations. Recently refurbished. New terrace area out the front. Regular open mic nights.

Home cooked organic food.
Served weekdays 12-2:30pm, 6-9pm

Weekends 12-6pm

The Victoria Arms
Mill Lane, Old Marston
01865 241382
Mon-Sat 11.30am-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm Old riverside pub in rural location, popular as a halt for walkers and people in boats and punts. Big garden rolling down to riverbank. Quizzes and live music. Often packed during summer. 12 - 2.30pm (Sun 3.30). Sunday lunch & jazz. No live music on Sat now, and no carvery.
The Wheatsheaf
Off High Street
01865 721156
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 12-10.30pm Split-level pub whose upstairs bar/function room is one of Oxford's top live music venues. From opening to 7ish, every day
The White Horse
52, Broad Street
01865 728318
Mon-Sat 11am-11pm, Sun 12pm-10.30pm
Bank Hols vary
Tiny, popular, characterful pub in the heart of town. Available Mo-Fri 12pm-8pm, weekends 12pm-4pm
The White House
2 Botley Road
01865 242823
11am-11pm Sizeable venue (once the toll house for this western approach to the city) with good pool table and two separate bars (one restaurant-side). Proximity to the station makes for a high proportion of drunkards for such a relatively smart venue with a decent menu. Outdoor seating in excellent walled, grassy garden (a rare and valuable thing so near to the centre of Oxford). Daily: 12.30 - 2.30 (sat 2.00)
& 6.30 - 9.20 (Sun 7-9)
The White House
1 Grove Rd, Bladon, nr Woodstock
01993 811582
Mon–Sat: 11am-11pm Sun: 12-10.30pm Near the Bladon Gate entrance to Blenheim Palace & opposite the churchyard where Sir Winston Churchill’s grave is to be found. Recent winner of the Best Village Pub Award, the pub has traditional British food at reasonable prices. The pub's decor & real ales are amongst its notable features. Mo-Sa:
12-2.30pm & 6-9pm
Sun: 12-8pm
9-13 George Street
01865 246906
Mon-Thur 11am-11pm
Fri & Sat 11am-12 am
Sun 12-10.30pm
Formerly the dreaded Wig and Pen, this large, two-floor, glass-fronted venue has enormous TV screens showing all major sporting events & enormous bouncers who presumably are there to check you have the right kind of shoes on. Popular with young local townsfolk. Can get VERY full on weekend nights. DJ Fri & Sat; various drinks and food promos. Formerly Mon-Thur 12-8
Fri & Sat 12-7
Sun 12-6; check with venue