Food & Drink: Pubs

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  • Jericho
    Pub
    The Anchor is a pub and dining room in the heart of Oxford's Jericho serving simple, honest food. They have daily changing seasonal specials, Wadworth beers and a great wine selection. They have two private dining rooms: The Green Room seats up to 16 people and The Blue Room seats up to 14 and offer a choice of four feasting/sharing menus. Gift vouchers also available!
  • Cowley Road Area
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    A beautiful and charming public house just ten minutes’ walk from Oxford city centre, the Angel and Greyhound is popular with locals, students, diners and real ale enthusiasts alike. They are both child and dog friendly, with the river and meadow situated directly behind the pub. The perfect location for those sunny afternoons in their two lovely patio gardens and heated glass gazebo for those all too frequent English showers. Why not come down and let their chef prepare the perfect Sunday roast just for you. Toilets upstairs, hence not wheelchair-friendly.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    Chef and Brewer riverside pub serving traditional British cuisine.
  • East of the ring road
    Pub
    Lovely village pub with a cricketing theme, 7 rooms and a cracking restaurant. Oxford less than 10 miles. We offer seven delightful en-suite rooms, each with a distinct and individual ambiance – just like the famous cricketers after whom they’re named.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    Large pub with lounge bar and sports bar with Sky HD. Live music, meals. Quiz on Mondays, free pool Tuesday, curry club Thursday, meat raffle on Sunday.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Bar
    Situated over two floors, our Oxford bar echoes a classic Be At One feel - featuring exposed brick feature walls, low-hanging lamps and luxurious booth seating. They also serve pizza, and the bar can be hired out for a range of purposes from a table for two, to a huge celebration. All Bar One is situated just a 5-minute stroll from the city centre and a 15-minute walk from the train station. Pay them a well-deserved visit for some cocktail treats after a day in the office, taking in the historic sites or a tough day punting!
  • West of the ring road
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    As they have overnight guests, the Bear and Ragged Staff serve Breakfast from 7am daily. Lunch (including a Set Price Menu) is served from 12-3 and Dinner from 6-9.30pm. Between 3 and 6pm, their Daytime Dining menu is available, with a short but tasty selection of hot food and snacks. On Sundays they serve a Sunday Best menu from 12-9pm. They love being a real pub as well as a great gastro pub, with well-kept ales on tap – Hooky and Abbot Ale to name a couple – with Continental beers and lagers including Peroni & Estrella.
  • Central
    Pub
    Serving Oxford since 1242, The Bear Inn knows what’s important... delicious food, a fantastic selection of real ales, and a warm welcome to locals and tourists alike. Seating just two dozen inside - but many more in their heated garden - they’re a small but mighty institution.
  • North of the ring road
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    Opened in 2009, The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a delightful 9 bedroom, independent, privately owned Boutique Hotel, Pub and Restaurant . The charm of this century's old historic Pub has been complimented by the contemporary design of the restaurant. Flagstone floors, oak beams and large leather armchairs set the tone in this classic English Inn.
  • West of the ring road
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    The Bell Inn is a beautiful 18th century Cotswold stone building, located at the heart of a little town called Charlbury. It has 12 fantastic Bed and Breakfast rooms, Each one different from the next. Some of these rooms are located in the main building and others located in the Cornbury suite. The Cornbury suite is also home to The Bell’s private function room, a great place to hold any events like parties, uninterrupted dinners, meetings, classes and weddings. The main building houses the traditional bar and a beautiful 24 seat restaurant, along with the south lounge and comfortable snug. There are two gorgeous open fires to relax in front of with your choice of beverage.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    A pub/bar/eatery hang out zone on the Cowley Road on the site of the old Elm Tree pub. Has a welcoming ethos and want to be doing something a bit different from your regular pub or bar, opening itself out to being used by local people; there is a space for pop-up shops on Saturdays, they are planning to have pingpong tournaments, groovy quizzes, live gigs, and different local DJ's on Fridays and Saturday nights, when they are open until 2am.
  • Outside the ring road
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    We've teamed up with Pieminister bring you a selection of award winning pies using only the best ingredients. The veggie pies are approved by Vegetarian Society and have won many awards including the Great Taste Awards and British Pie Awards so you know you’re onto a winner! Loads of drinks on offer including seasonal cocktails.
  • Headington
    Pub
    The Black Boy Pub & Hotel has been an award winning Gastropub (and garden) for nine years, only ten minutes from the centre of Oxford, with excellent access to the Ring Road, in quiet, beautiful Old Headington. Featured in The Michelin Guide, The Observer, The Guardian, The Telegraph (favourably!) Food, atmosphere and the welcome is their craft, and the owners want The Black Boy to feel like a home from home for you. This is their constant ambition, and they hope they are a bolthole for you to come, eat, drink, be merry, and have a relaxing time, whilst knowing that you’re supporting the arts world too… They are now offering four deluxe Kingsize bedrooms, one deluxe Double room, all with powers showers. It's a venue where you can relax and be assured they'll exceed your expectations. All the furniture for our rooms has been commissioned and made by British crafts-people, making your experience truly unique.
  • East of the ring road
    Inn
    This lovely pub is full of cosy nooks and snugs for lazy days with a pint or two whilst their beautiful new brasserie to the rear is open all day everyday serving delicious pub fare with a Gallic twist. With all dishes cooked from scratch using the best seasonal produce you will be spoilt for choice. Whether you are popping in with the family (four-legged friends to be considered very much a part of the family too!) or celebrating an occasion, you can pull up a chair and be assured of a warm welcome from all at The Black Horse.
  • North of the ring road
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    The Black Prince is a 16th century pub situated opposite to the grounds of Blenheim Palace and on the bank of the river Glyme. It boasts a delightful riverside garden for you to enjoy the summer sunshine overlooking the calming river. Inside the pub there are two roaring log fires, stones walls and a traditional suit of armour. They are well known for their treatment of all our dog visitors, and take pride on being Woodstock’s best dog friendly venue. Well behaved dogs might even get treated to a biscuit or two from their dog loving staff! They frequently cater for large groups of walkers looking to relax after enjoying one of the many countryside strolls available in the area, including the stunning scenery on view as you walk around the lake of Blenheim Palace.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    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. Does not accept cards.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Traditional, dog friendly village pub.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    Riverside pub serving hearty pub grub and scenic views. With parking and a beer garden. Extensive food and drink menus.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    The Boat Inn, set alongside the beautiful Southern Oxford Canal, is a family and dog friendly canal side country pub which has retained it’s traditional character and local appeal, with a constantly changing guest ale. This unique and beautiful setting makes the Boat Inn an ideal watering hole for walkers, boaters and hikers to enjoy a tasty meal or a refreshing drink. Wherever possible all produce is locally sourced and cooked to perfection. Their new 'Vegetarian Selection' and 'Specials Board' means that there is something for everyone.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Bar
    BrewDog say... "We'd been looking for a kick-ass location in Oxford for ages, but thanks to a series of comments from local equity punks, we managed to earmark Cowley Road as our (and their) preferred site for a bar." BrewDog is on the corner with Princes Street and a stone’s throw from the O2 Academy! People power has paid off with 15 taps of craft beer, an epic burger and wings menu and an awesome beer garden for everyone in this incredible city.
  • Outside the ring road
    Pub
    Serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day of the week, our pub food menu offers something for everyone with our famous BBQ plates, our award-winning rotisserie chicken, and a great selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes, not to mention our famous unlimited salad bar! Located within easy reach of the A40, with Littleworth and Great Milton both nearby, this family friendly pub restaurant near you is easy to find. With a lovely beer garden area and plenty of car parking, your local Harvester is also the perfect place to spend a warm summer’s day. Vegetarian and vegan choices clearly marked on the menu (no mention of gluten-free on main menu though there may be a separate one).
  • Headington
    Pub
    Serving up brunch, lunch, and dinner every day of the week, as well as their famous, set price buffet, their varied menu of delicious pub food features a wide range of dishes, including vegetarian and vegan options – there’s something for everyone. They also have a wide range of draught beers available including Hop House 13 and Carling. Why not join them for their weekly quiz night or one of their live music events. Conveniently located on the A420, this pub near you is a great spot to relax and refuel in front of the fire after a long day exploring Oxford.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    The Bull is a Free House with two bars, a restaurant and a large child-friendly beer garden, as well as a few tables in the front garden. Food is served in the restaurant and the beer garden. Dogs, on a lead, are welcome in both bars and in the beer garden and WiFi is available free of charge. There is also a small car park. In July 2013 the pub was used as a location for the Christmas episode of Midsomer Murders. It was temporarily renamed The Blacksmith’s Arms and, on the hottest day of the year, became a winter wonderland!
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Celebrating over 20 years of Gigs, Clubs and live performance - showcasing Local, National and International touring acts - and some of the scenes leading DJ's, the Bullingdon is one of Oxford's premier gig venues. Now home to a cocktail bar with over 135 yrs of history, 40+ cocktails, a selection of wines, craft beers and artisan coffee available to take away. Open from 4pm daily.
  • South of the ring road
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    Large, friendly family pub mainly serving Oxford's Blackbird Leys housing estate.
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