Following the latest lockdown measures from the government, businesses across Oxford are closing. We are compiling a list of ones that are open or offering deliveries which you can find through our coronavirus info page

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  • Central
    Restaurant
    Beat the heat with the hottest dishes at 4500 Miles to Delhi, one of liveliest Indian restaurants – oozing with class, from the décor to the superb cuisine to the fashionable clientele. Classical Indian tradition is observed and only natural ingredients incorporating fresh herbs and spices will be used in the preparation of our dishes, in this way you experience Indian food as it was meant to be, free from all artificial additives, preservatives and food colouring.
  • Central
    Pub
    Amusingly-nomenclatured pub formerly known as the Slug & Lettuce (and prior to that, Yates' Wine Lodge). Lift & baby-changing facilities. The eye-catching building next door but one to these premises is Oxford University’s history faculty. It was originally the city’s High School for Boys, which opened in 1881. The comic actor Ronnie Barker was a former pupil and later one of the Two Ronnies. Probably their best-known sketch was ‘Four Candles’. Barker walks into a hardware store and asks for and gets ‘four candles’. However, he really wanted fork handles – ‘andles for forks’.
  • East of the ring road
    Inn
    The Fox and Hounds is an excellent venue to wile away the hours, with a pint of one of our excellent Real Ales, a glass of wine, a small snack or veritable feast. The "Top Fox", as it is affectionately known, has been a pub for over 500 years seeing a significant refurbishment and extension in 2001, and further renovations in 2014 giving the restaurant its new "Farm House" feel. Offering a wide variety of dishes, all cooked with locally sourced produce. Visit us today and try our menu!
  • Central
    Pub
    The Fox & Goat is a beautifully refurbished pub, conveniently located on the Oxford Rd (A418) between junction 8a of the M40 and Thame. We serve delicious, fresh food in comfortable surroundings with welcoming and friendly service. We are also very proud of our spacious, modern, en suite guest bedrooms. If you are looking for a place to eat, drink or sleep then you have come to the right place!
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    We are a traditional riverside Inn and restaurant in the beautiful village of Great Barrington nr. Burford, Oxfordshire with rustic soul by the bucket load. Nestled in the heart of the Windrush Valley, we are blessed with stunning views, award-winning dining, a proper bar and 7 handsome bedrooms. An intimate and warm locals’ pub for Cotswold explorers.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    The Fox Inn is situated towards the edge of the beautiful rural village of Boars Hill, about six miles from Oxford, straddling the boundary between the civil parishes of Sunningwell and Wootton. The pub itself dates back to the 1930s and exhibits a truly traditional building with stunning wooden beams and inviting open fires for the colder British seasons. With plenty of parking, a large outside terrace and excellent accessibility we offer something for everyone, all year round. We also welcome our canine friends in the bar area. Our aim is to create an informal dining experience featuring fantastic fresh British food, a selection of wines and cocktails, beers and real ales.
  • Central
    Pizzeria
    These guys began as a street food truck in Brixton, and are now expanding into permanent premises around the UK. They stick to one thing, so expect a menu of pizza! They offer a gluten free base, but can’t guarantee a 100% flour-free environment, though their gluten free base does not contain any gluten.
  • South of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Often full of children having birthday parties. They cater for all needs with a huge gluten free menu, a wide offering of vegetarian dishes and host of healthier, lighter bites.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    The savoury flavours put an international twist on the traditional crêpe, with Mexican, Indian and Italian styles available, while sweet crêpe involve plenty of nutella and whipped cream. You can also design your own crêpe, or go for a waffle or croque monsieur. Bubble teas, milkshakes, tea and coffee are all available too.
  • Jericho
    Bar
    On Walton Street, in historic Jericho, stands the majestic Saint Paul's. Opened as FREUD in 1988 to bring the legendary cocktails of its sister café in London to the people and visitors of Oxford, this old church, with its hauntingly high ceilings and decadent stained glass, has, over the past quarter of a century, become the favourite meeting place of friends, families and more than two generations of university students. Students can enjoy a discount on a wide range of cocktails. Cocktails and wine. Small sun terrace at front for summer posing.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Simple Chinese restaurant and takeaway. Min order £10 with an additional £1 delivery charge. Very popular crew date venue for students
  • Central
    Café
    The raspberry yoghurt ice-cream is to be recommended. Has siblings in Jericho and the Cowley Road.
  • Jericho
    Café
    Possibly the best coffee ice cream in Oxford. A bit noisy and crowded, especially after the pubs close, but there's a tiny garden out the back, and you can read Daily Info there too. Has siblings in St Aldates and the Cowley Road.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Café
    Bagels, cakes and drinks too. Ongoing customer flavour suggestion competition. Sibling outlets on St Aldates and Little Clarendon St.
  • Jericho
    Pub
    Cosy and friendly, with lovely vegetarian food and nice barpeople. The pub is so nice, and the food so good, that even non-vegetarians are moved to seek it out. The pub quiz (Sundays) includes the tie-break: draw a cartoon of the landlord and his dog.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Pub
    Here at the Gardeners Arms on North Parade we are a long narrow traditional one bar pub with a galley kitchen, from which a vast array of good value meals are served. A friendly atmosphere and warm welcome are assured here. Our ethos is to provide a great, personal service at great prices. Whilst a lot of pubs have applied much of their attention on turning into a Gastro pub we feel that a pub should be just what it was meant in years gone by; a friendly place to enjoy a drink with friends and strangers, to eat good honest, unpretentious food and leave wanting to return soon.
  • Banbury Road Area
    Restaurant
    Run by the same folks as the Old Parsonage Hotel, just down the road. Their menu is best described as Mediterranean, simply prepared and expertly cooked, & centred around the wood fire oven & charcoal grill. The wine list is a considered mix of Old World & New, cocktails seasonal & skilfully prepared, feel welcome to drop by for a glass or two…
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Thatched 17th century Cotswold stone pub complete with an enclosed garden .
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The George Hotel Dorchester on Thames combines the beauty of an historic building, complete with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces, with all the advantages of a modern hotel. The George Hotel Dorchester on Thames is a striking, idyllic 15th Century coaching inn, built in 1495 it is one of the oldest coaching inns in the country, allowing you to tread on the path of history. Situated opposite the famous Dorchester Abbey & Museum.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    Large, rambling former Morrell’s pub that spent some time in the hands of Gale’s, before their takeover by Fuller’s. The interior is multi level, with a large central bar serving the two rooms, and there is a garden to the rear and tables to the front. Live music is held fortnightly, and there are other events such as meat draws.
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Their food menu runs from 9am to 10pm and suits all moods whether you’re after a quick breakfast, a sit down lunch or a big dinner. Drink-wise they offer a huge selection of craft beers, classic cocktails, homemade soft drinks and international wine list. Drop in, say hi, chill on their WiFi, browse their bookshelves, play some board games, build some Lego or simply sit and watch the world go by.
  • Central
    Café
    Brothers and Georgina’s are two traditional, independent cafes at the heart of Oxford’s Covered Market. Brothers has a delicious range of food and drinks including full breakfasts, lunchtime sandwiches, salads & snacks and afternoon teas, coffees & cakes. Georgina’s is a secret upstairs hideaway, with a bohemian feel and plenty to tempt you!
  • Central
    Restaurant
    Serving an impressive variety of authentic Italian favourites, Gino's well-priced menu, bustling yet low-key atmosphere and unmistakably delicious food have made it a firm favourite with locals, students and tourists. This family-run Italian restaurant offers guests the highlights of Italy's gastronomy, focusing on pizzas, an array of pasta dishes, fresh salads and quality meat and fish which are served, in true Italian style, in generous portions.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    Outdoor Aunt Sally pitch, and excellent climbing-frame fort in nice little garden. Good homecooked food which is remarkably reasonably priced, and altogether a nice spot for a pint.
  • Central
    Café
    No longer a Puccino's franchise, but still has the odd scribbles on the wall.
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