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  • Botley Road
    Café
    Big portions, decent prices, fast friendly service. All welcome - including construction workers. Very convenient for the train station.
  • Central
    Pub
    Smallish venue with emphasis on local rock & indie bands and top quality jazz. Stand out nights include The Spin Jazz Club (Thu): one of the best live contemporary jazz nights in the country, the club won the PRS Foundation Award for new music in 2002 & 2003. Klub Kakofanney (first Fri of each month): a psychedelic box of treats hosted by local legends Redox. Most events have a modest cover charge, typically prices range from about £5 to £12
  • West of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Wheelgate House is a delightful four-star Bed and Breakfast in the centre of the picturesque village of Bampton on the edge of the Cotswolds. Our award winning breakfasts will set you up for the day whether your trip is for a holiday, to visit friends and family, to attend a business meeting or you are working in the area.
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    The White Hart Hotel & Restaurant, originally a 16th century coaching inn, is located in the charming Oxfordshire village of Dorchester-on-Thames, situated between Oxford and Henley on Thames. The White Hart Hotel is a popular choice for short weekend breaks and midweek breaks to explore nearby historical Oxford, the Thames Pathway and The Chilterns.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Eynsham’s earliest surviving domestic building with parts dating from 1366. Not surprisingly there are beamed ceilings, thick stone walls and grand fireplaces, and the walls display pictures of local trades and some darts trophies. There’s a piano too. Divided into two dwellings in the 1750s then became an inn (Rose & Crown) and became the Haunch of Venison in 1785 and the White Hart in 1835, a coaching inn. At the rear is a garden seating area, and there’s also a function room and three letting bedrooms where the stables used to be.
  • Headington
    Pub
    A pub passionate about real ales/craft beers, and have been in the Good Beer Guide for 6 consecutive years as well as being awarded Oxford Camra Pub of the Year 2014 & 2017. They are famous locally for their range of Award Winning Pies, regularly offering a choice of around 8 different pies at any one time varying from Steak, dry cured bacon and Brewdog ale to Wild Mushroom & Asparagus with shallots and white wine. They've got a great pub garden, walled with Cotswold stone stables at the back. A real suntrap and perfect to enjoy a Pimms or glass of wine in the summer months.
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    3* refurbished 14th century inn in picturesque village. 12 en-suite rooms, all with colour tv, phone, hairdryer and more.
  • Pub
    Seasonal produce and fine wines served in a 15th-century gastropub with beamed ceilings and terrace.
  • Wolvercote
    Pub
    In the past 3 months we’re extremely proud and grateful to have received three awards & nominations for our food from The Oxford Times, Bitten Oxford and Wadworth Brewery. We are family and dog friendly, and boast two dining rooms, large bar area, conservatory, a beautiful secluded courtyard , outdoor bar, a renovated Georgian stable party room and one of the largest of car parks!
  • Wolvercote
    Pub
    Community-owned Free House which has a good range of well kept local ales. Regular live music events and sessions including the Oxford Jazz Kitchen Jazz Jam. BT sports as well as Pool, Darts and Aunt Sally. It hosts the local Farmers Market every Sunday Morning. Food served from 10am - 9pm on Sundays.
  • Central
    Pub
    Located in the heart of the City sandwiched between Blackwells Bookstore and opposite the Sheldonian Theatre. A grade two listed building dating back to the 16th century. Famous for our Fish and Chips. Also famous for filming of Inspector Morse in the 1980's and more recently 'Lewis' and the new 'Endeavour'. Real ales and traditional home cooked food makes us a must visit when you are in Oxford.
  • Headington
    Pub
    Nearest pub to Oxford Brookes, on busy crossroads. Part of the Hungy Horse chain. Carvery, car park, etc.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    Pretty rural pub serving Thai food.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    Greene King pub in Abingdon. All the usual drinks and food on offer.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    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.
  • Central
    Pub
    Delivery available through Deliveroo. izza and a pint is what we believe in. All of our ingredients are carefully selected by our Italian head chef, with our best ingredients imported from Italy every week. We make our dough fresh every day with high quality Italian flour. Our toppings are simple and authentic, our flavours are fantastic. Plus we have a number of gluten-free pizza options made in Oxford by The White Rabbit Pizza Company – officially the best gluten-free pizza you’ll ever eat!
  • Central
    Bar
    Formerly Copa, 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.
  • Central
    Delicatessen
    Run by the same people as the mighty Alpha Bar and The Vaults and Gardens, Oxford's Cooking (formerly the Woodstock Rd Deli) provides the full range of Alpha bar organic salads alongside soups, an extensive array of cheeses from the Oxford Cheese Company and other top quality deli fare.
  • Temple Cowley
    Pub
    Modern Weatherspoons located oppostite Templar's Square shopping centre.
  • North of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Nestled in six glorious acres enjoying stunning panoramic views across the Windrush Valley, the newly refurbished Windmill is a delightful vaulted barn restaurant, bar & wedding venue. Head chefs & best friends Thomas Curtis & Richard Lenik have crafted delicious menus using the very best products available, everything is freshly prepared from scratch.
  • Botley Road
    Café
    Focus on local and organic suppliers. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Also private event catering.
  • Wolvercote
    Café
    Serving tea & coffee, cakes & the famous Full Wolvercote breakfast.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    The Woodstock Arms offers good value, a good choice of in house prepared and cooked food, a wide range of traditional cask and keg beers and lagers, a very good selection of competitively priced wines and a fine selection of soft drinks as well as teas, coffees and hot chocolate. Many of our ingredients are carefully sourced from local suppliers. Speciality sea foods and fresh produce sourced from our contacts on The Isle of Mull and Fort William in Scotland.
  • Summertown
    Restaurant
    For over 45 years we have set the standard for Chinese food in Oxford – our family business has strived to build a reputation for exceptional food and service. We take pride in providing a warm welcome and a relaxed dining experience. There is a fully stocked bar where you can enjoy a cocktail or simply wait for your takeaway order. Whether it’s a family meal out, a romantic dinner for two or simply a Friday night takeaway, we look forward to seeing you at Xi’an. Please call us to reserve your table.
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