Pub-flavoured gig and DJ venue where the Gloucester Arms used to be, opened Dec 2012. Promises to make "the best pizza in Oxford". Also has cinema screenings!
Opening hours: Daily, midday - midnight. Food served: Sun - Wed: noon - 9.30; Thu - Sat: noon - 10pm.
Real Ales, Food served & Live music events
Facebook Friars Entry (Gloucester Green end)
Daily, midday - midnight
Telephone: 01865 241177
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Interested in the open-mike night here but irritatingly this pub has no website - just a Facebook page. Can't find out anything useful about it.
IM (Unverified), 12/08/13
Though the pub's name is evidently taken from Alice in Wonderland, it's quite refreshing for Oxford to have a modern city centre bar which doesn't market itself based on being a traditional, ye olde drinking-hole where famous Oxfordians may or may not have perhaps once drunk. The White Rabbit's simplicity, in regards to its décor, menu and atmosphere, is cool and welcoming.
Anaïs Higgins (DI Staff), 13/05/13
A friendly pub where you can usually find a seat. The bar and food prices are very reasonable indeed. The menu is short and sweet but does it well - freshly baked pizzas, tasty garlic dough balls - the soups and stew sounded good too.
Visually the pub offers a good mix of fresh, clean decor and old features, with plenty of cosy nooks and crannies.
Exactly what the centre of Oxford needs!
jo_* (Unverified), 11/01/13
The Gloucester Arms is dead: it's now The White Rabbit. It is a new music venue, has cinema showings and they are selling food again. I had a sample of the garlic bread and it tasted excellent. I'm not in a position to give a full review of the pub because I've only been there once and still adjusting to how different it is to what my favourite pub used to be. I don't mean to sound horrible, it is a nice family-run place, but you'd never believe it's the same pub.
The Dancingman (DI User), 24/12/12