Food & Drink: Pubs

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  • North of the ring road
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    18th C. canal-side pub with bed & breakfast accommodation and Caravan Club registered camping/caravan site (with private fishing for guests). Extensive pub grub and grill menu, soup, sandwiches and bar snacks. Dating back to the early 1700’s the Highwayman Hotel at Kidlington near Oxford, has been a coaching inn, and public house for 300 years. Located to the north of Kidlington on the A4260 and close to Oxford Airport, this friendly family run guest house is ideally situated for those with business commitments but better still if you’re visiting Oxford for pleasure. With ample secure parking and a pleasant canal side garden the Highwayman offers all that a traveller could wish for at an affordable price.
  • Osney
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    This detached house is situated on the edge of Summertown, 3 miles from Oxford’s centre. Buses to the city pass the house every 6 minutes. The property features a large garden with nearly hundred years old plum tree. Rooms at Hollybush Guest House have a flat-screen TV for guests to use. There is free WiFi throughout the building, and free parking is possible on site. A continental breakfast is served in the morning, with a wide selection of cereals, bread, cake, yoghurt, fruits, ham, cheese with hot coffee, tea and juices available. During the harvest season, guests can enjoy home-made plum jam on site. North Oxford Golf Club is just a few minutes’ walk from the door of Hollybush. The University of Oxford can be reached in around 10 minutes\' drive. Bicester Village Outlet shopping centre is 9 miles away and regular buses leave from opposite the property. Historical note: an early form of Radiohead may have played here as they began in the garage behind the pub!
  • South of the ring road
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    They offer a 2 course for £15 menu as well as other options and in the evening a more extensive menu is available. They are the perfect venue for every day dining and any occasion, whether it's a quiet dinner for two or a birthday celebration with family and friends. Home Sweet Home are also able to host parties and wedding receptions with a marquee if required and with exclusive use. There is a large car park and welcome walkers who may want to start their day, leave the car, enjoy a walk and return for lunch.
  • West of the ring road
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    We offer a variety of dishes, from tasty appetisers & sharing starters, as well as a full menu of exciting main courses including our extremely popular stone baked pizzas, including options for dietary requirements. Of course, we offer plenty of tempting puddings including our popular homemade ice creams. We have three en suite bedrooms located in a separate building behind the pub, offering a comfortable stay for our guests. All rooms have recently been refurbished and are equipped with a television, quality toiletries, and tea and coffee facilities. Choice of breakfast may include full English or fresh seasonal fruits. Newspapers are provided, and for those with time to linger over breakfast, there is unlimited tea and coffee. Room rates start from £60.
  • Iffley / Rose Hill
    Pub
    Just over a mile south of Oxford City Centre. Homemade cakes and cream teas, local beers, limited home-made hot meals (check our opening hours). Converted barn overlooking Iffley Meadows available for hire. Cards now accepted subject to a minimum £5 spend. Customers can also set up a card tab.
  • Wolvercote
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    Jacobs Inn is situated in the beautiful parish of Wolvercote, on the edge of Port Meadow. Fish from Brixham, game from the Cotswold's and specials that change twice a day – brilliant food at a big happy pub near Oxford. Their idea is all about having good people, a love of whole hearted robust British cooking, locally sourced meats (we haven't told the pigs in the back garden quite how local; yet!) and a welcoming space to enjoy our wears. Inside all is airy, rustic, beautiful, with old tongue-and-groove walls and wide plank floors, books to read, chesterfields to recline on, and a fair few stuffed animals on the walls (very à la mode). Dogs doze by the fire, children tuck into baby burgers, and in summer you spill into the grounds, with picnic tables, deckchairs and great big terrace.
  • Outside the ring road
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    The English pub, with the tradition of drink, socialising and simple, satisfying, honest pub food. The James Figg offers a fantastic open fire for those cold wintery days, going well with a nice warming glass of red wine, or even a bottle, also offering a fantastic beer garden set behind the stables, an idyllic space perfect for lazing on sunny afternoons with a pint in hand or a nice chilled bottle of wine.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Decent ales, beers, wines, & cocktails with delicious crêpes, burgers & desserts. Live music & entertainment in a decked out new space - refurbished in 2019.
  • Jericho
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    Take the best in British pub culture, top it off with individuality, vintage character and an off-beat edge - The Jericho Tavern is what you’ll get. An irresistible fusion of fantastically tasty food, awesome drinks and lively atmosphere await you at this laid-back Oxford local. Whether you’re looking for a light lunch or social eats and treats with friends, we make it our mission to offer you the perfect place to kick back, relax and catch up. Just a five minute walk from the old city gates of Oxford, The Jericho Tavern is the very definition of urban cool, mixing a stylish contemporary bar, classic pub features and a handful of quirky touches. Pop out the back and you’ll discover the pub’s best-kept secret - its spacious beer garden, a rare treat for a city pub and an ideal spot to take time out. Renowned for hosting amazing live music acts, The Jericho Tavern is a vibrant local with heart, soul and personality.
  • Summertown
    Bar
    Now in our 20th year - Joe's is open everyday for breakfast, lunch, dinner & cocktails. At 9.30am they open for Coffee, Pastries and breakfast, from eggs Benedict to Smashed avocado with poached eggs to Joe's full English! Children are welcome, they have a children's menu and will always ensure you're made comfortable. Also check out their brilliant music nights: every Thursday evening from 8.30pm, the perfect way to ease into the weekend... from pop to blues, to jazz and solo acoustic... entry is usually completely free!
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    The Jolly Boatman are passionate about serving quality dishes using the best locally sourced produce - their Sunday Carvery is especially popular. In the warmer summer months there is nothing nicer or more relaxing than to sit along side the beautiful Southern Oxford canal and enjoy a drink or a spot of “al fresco” dining at one of our towpath tables whilst watching the boats go by. It's also a great place to hold any functions - from small gatherings to bigger parties.
  • Central
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    '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 & various alcopops. Lively events programme. Now boasting a new lick of paint under new ownership.
  • Temple Cowley
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    The Jolly Postboys opened in Autumn 2016 with the sole mission to provide good, honest, locally sourced food and drink to the fine folks of East Oxford. With the intention to bring back the traditional community pub, our commitment to hospitality is second to none. Whether you're after a swift pint in our beer garden, fancy a relaxing mid-week dinner or you're looking to treat the whole family, we've got you covered. Our kitchen is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday when we offer the full range of a la carte menu options along with our notoriously delicious sharing boards. Sundays for us are all about massive roast dinners and great vibes.
  • Jericho
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    Now a medium-sized, average Greene King pub with outdoor seating in a suntrap courtyard. Sunday roasts.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    This 17th-century inn offers the best of all worlds: a rural setting on the edge of a classically good-looking Cotswold village; a cosy-contemporary interior with a bar much loved by locals; very highly rated food; and relaxingly stylish bedrooms.
  • South of the ring road
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    Large pub at Sandford lock. Big patio seating area with picturesque views and a children's play area.
  • Central
    Pub
    Spacious, busy venue serving a good range of real ales, catering mainly for the Oxford student market. Multi-level, small separate bars (one coffee area). Some comfy sofas; walls adorned with photos of the pub's favourite visitors and other interesting paraphernalia. Unintentional eavesdropping on study-related conversation is inevitable.
  • West of the ring road
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    Set on a beautiful village green you can either stay in a room above the inn, which are cosy and full of charm or choose a quieter courtyard room (set back from the inn) which have a hint more luxury and are more spacious. Each bedroom has its own private bathroom, flat screen TV, Wi Fi and tea and coffee making facilities. We always try to use as much free-range, organic and local produce as we possibly can when making our dishes. Our beef, which is Aberdeen Angus, is sourced locally from the family farm in Fifield. Our fish is delivered daily from Cornwall and all our smoked food is from Upton Smokery in Burford.
  • Central
    Pub
    The Lamb & Flag had been operating since at least 1566, situated just south of St John's. In 1613 the college moved the pub to its current site (the old site is today the Dolphin Quadrangle). Though owned by the college, this new site was somewhat further away from the college's main buildings. Since the pub's move, construction of the Sir Thomas White and Kendrew Quadrangles in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries has led to the pub being once again close to St John's activities. St John's took over the management of the pub in 1997, and now uses all pub profits to fund scholarships for graduate students
  • South of the ring road
    Inn
    At The Lamb Inn, we are a traditional family pub. We run our business in a 16th Century thatched inn which also has a complete restaurant that serves delicious meals. Our staff are warm and welcoming and will be good hosts to you and your friends. We also have a beautiful garden. There is always a lot of room to park your vehicles in our onsite car park.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    The Library Pub, established in 2011, is THE independent pub to visit on Cowley Road. We offer a wide selection of craft beers as well as an ample range of spirits, and small plate dishes made to order from our kitchen. These can be enjoyed in our cosy front bar, intimate back room, or beer garden. Our downstairs bar also hosts live music events from local, national, and international acts in addition to weekly DJ nights.
  • Central
    Pub
    The Duke's Cut has had a revamp in "nautica-steampunk" style and is now The Lighthouse. Serving pub food and drinks with a balcony looking out over the river.
  • East of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Pub, restaurant and hotel complete with thatched beams, real ales and cosy bar area, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    No customer parking, but wheelchair lift behind building. Takeaway cake and coffee. Open for coffee and toasties in the mornings. They also run a flea market the first Saturday of each month outside on the terraces. Stalls selling bric a brac, handmade clothes, vintage finds, furniture, antiques and interesting collectables.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Cosy, village pub-like pub with free fast WiFi, large garden, quizzes every Sunday and tasty beers.
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