Food & Drink: Bars & Pubs

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • Headington
    Pub
    Local, family friendly pub. Great value drinks. Sky Sports, Pool table, Dartboard, Aunt Sally and Poker. Big terrace.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Take a step into this beautiful 18th Century traditional English pub and enjoy some of the best food and drink to be found in Burford. Whether it's for lunchtime or a full evening meal you'll really enjoy the dishes they have on offer; freshly prepared locally sourced produce that's cooked to your liking. If you enjoy a pint of real ale then make sure you pop in - the best quality ales are served! The Cotswold Arms is a popular location for ramblers and tourists and they have occasional live bands playing supporting some great local and regional talent.
  • Central
    Bar
    Formerly the Bell and Compass. It's still a Marstons pubstaurant with bulk cocktail deals, pub food and an enthusiastic weekend DJ. The menu contains such delights as a burger with pb and raspberry jam, or sweet potato fries with toffee sauce. Plus tons of MacNCheese!
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    They offer a rotating selection of the best in draught and craft brew – and of course, a fine selection of craft cocktails made with the finest of spirits and freshest of fruits. Homely decor and a large pub garden out the back which is equally good in summer or winter! They serve full meals alongside a variety of smaller plates and snacks.
  • Outside the ring road
    Restaurant
    The original Crazy Bear has been entertaining guests since its creation in 1993. Abundant gardens, eclectic design, award winning dining and inventive facilities, within eighty acres of working farmland all contribute to its distinctive personality. The Crazy Bear Stadhampton is a unique oasis in the countryside, and is the foundation for our Crazy Bear culture.
  • East of the ring road
    Pub
    Nestled in the Hamlet of Littleworth less than five miles from the centre of the Historic City of Oxford, at the bottom of the ancient Shotover Hill near the former London to Oxford turnpike, lies The Cricketers Arms - An unspoilt Free House Pub: "The Little Pub with the BIG Welcome". The Cricketers Arms offers great value traditional Home Made Pub Food. In the evening and at weekends, they have a selection of Main Meals and a great Vegetarian selection. All their Real Ale comes from within a thirty six mile radius of the pub and as a Genuine English Freehouse Pub, The Cricketers Arms offers two Local Guest Ale pumps and with a small range of Local Bottled Ales, Local Real Cider, a selection of New World Wines and a with a full range of spirits, San Miguel Lager, Stowford Press Cider and John Smith Smooth, there's always something to suite your palette.
  • Temple Cowley
    Pub
    The Cricketers Arms pub is located in Temple Cowley, Oxford. When it's cold outside, keep warm by the fire while in summer you and the kids will enjoy their large beer garden. From a pint to a soft drink, from a sandwich to a family dinner, they offer such great prices you'll keep coming back for more! All major credit/debit cards accepted. Live music every Saturday. Big garden, jukebox.
  • Outside the ring road
    Inn
    The Cross Keys is a popular, local pub with plenty of character where you can enjoy a relaxed drink. Usually busy, offering a superb selection of beers and lagers. A great selection of bar games are available, plus many events including the weekly quiz, cheese & wine night and comedy evenings. Branch Pub of the year as well as Branch cider Pub of the Year 2016.
  • Central
    Pub
    The Crown has had a succession of famous landlords. In the year of the Gunpowder Plot it was kept by John Davenant and it was during this time Shakespeare paid his frequent visits to Oxford. The poet used to stop in the University town on his journeys between Stratford and London, and the Crown was his headquarters.
  • Summertown
    Pub
    Combining the best in British pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Dewdrop is a lovingly restored 19th century inn at the heart of Oxford’s leafy suburb of Summertown. Housed in a listed building set back from Banbury Road, The Dewdrop is the perfect setting for a laid-back yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience. A cornerstone of community life in Summertown with local literary connections, The Dewdrop is a deceptively spacious pub that stylishly combines sumptuous period features with contemporary touches. Its best-kept secret is its delightful beer garden - perfect for laid-back afternoons, al-fresco dining or just a glass of something special on a sunny day. Dog-friendly and with a private function room for hire The Dewdrop fosters a relaxed, friendly atmosphere and holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.
  • East Oxford
    Pub
    This classic 1930s corner pub struggled to survive for a while until it was taken over and re-opened as a Nepalese restaurant, which has built up a great reputation for the quality of its food. The pub retains its original layout, and some of the classic 1930s features such as fireplaces, and also keeps its separate public bar, which, with its dart board and other games, is run like a pub. The restaurant is run from the other room, the former lounge, and doesn’t intrude on the drinking area. This is a great example of how a back street pub can be kept open, catering for its local drinking trade whilst bringing people in from afar due to the quality of its food; we hope it thrives.
  • West of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Watch the sunset on the patio with a cold pint or a shisha pipe, as you wish. Additional cuisines available on different days: Sunday carvery, Monday burgers, Tuesday pie night, Wednesday fish and chips, Thu & Fri steaks. Plus tapas and full Indian menu available all the time. 10% off food for RAF personnel.
  • Jericho
    Bar
    The Duke of Cambridge has been mixing great drinks in Oxford since 1981. Located in the bohemian district of Jericho, the bar is always bursting with atmosphere at the weekends with a more chilled vibe during the week. They only use the finest spirits and source the freshest ingredients to make their contemporary and classic cocktails. If you can't see your favourite, please ask your Bartender. Their legendary happy hours run from 4pm to 9pm Sunday to Thursday and 4pm to 7.30pm Friday and Saturday. Cocktails from £4.95 House beer and wine £2.95.
  • Abingdon Road
    Pub
    Saturday live music, garden at front with benches. Sky Sports and ESPN. Beer Garden, BT Sports, Car Park, Disabled Facilities, Family Friendly, Pool, Season ticket, Sky TV, WiFi.
  • Central
    Pub
    This long, narrow pub is where Tolkien, C.S Lewis and other Inklings used to drink for 30 years or so. You will occasionally hear it referred to as the Bird and Baby. There has been a pub on this site since 1650. Small conservatory at rear is available for private functions (though avoid the undersides of the tables, or you will discover what 360 years of sticky beer residue does to your trousers).
  • Central
    Bar
    Nightclub and cocktail bar in the centre of Oxford. Used to be known as Camera and has since tried to make itself more upmarket. 2 donut-shaped floors, easy to get lost in. Quite expensive drinks but often have plenty of deals on. Has been known to host some great student-run nights such as the infamous Disco Stu's.
  • East of the ring road
    Pub
    Situated in the village of Postcombe, Oxfordshire, at the foot of the Chilterns, Englands Rose Pub is set in beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. You can be assured of a warm welcome when you visit our lovely village pub. If you are looking for Bed and Breakfast accommodation then we have three bedrooms of various sizes, all have en-suite, tea & coffee making facilities, trouser press and television. Contact us to check availability. We are in an ideal location for Thame, Oxfordshire, Oxford and London. There is a regular local coach service to London (Oxford Tube).
  • Pub
    Traditional restaurant serving classic British meat and fish dishes, with 3 B&B rooms.
  • East of the ring road
    Pub
    Drinks and food are served in both the bar and the dining room. Having two distinctly separate areas to dine gives us the opportunity to satisfy different dining occasions. The bar suits a quick informal meal for two or perhaps a large get together of old friends all of which may not wish to eat and would like to draw from the bar atmosphere. The dining room is ideal for couples who wish for greater intimacy or a special gathering with family and friends.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    From the finest stone baked pizza, to Mexican tacos and classic burgers we're sure you'll find food to suit your taste. Fat Lil's host some of the best local and national talent weekly, and can get very busy, especially at weekends so book your table in advance to avoid disappointment....
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    The Feathered Nest Country Inn, a country pub, restaurant and inn set in the picturesque village of Nether Westcote and nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds AONB with marvellous views over the Evenlode Valley, and just a few miles from Kingham station with links to Paddington. 3 AA Rosette award-winning modern British dining in our pub, restaurant or patio areas, with four beautifully decorated bedrooms, why not linger longer and visit this beautiful part of England. Be enchanted by the sights and sounds of this glorious countryside and feel the warmth of our hospitality.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    Welcome to one of the most inviting hotels in Oxfordshire. It’s not easy to find a 17th century town house that embodies the best of boutique living and chic décor. Luckily for you, The Feathers is just that, an independent Oxfordshire hotel that is bursting with Cotswold charm and Oxfordshire heritage – not forgetting unique rooms and delicious food. Combining the best of Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds, you’ll find The Feathers in the heart of the historic market town of Woodstock. Close enough to the places that interest you most, join us and you can share in the spoils of our superb location.
  • Cowley Road Area
    Pub
    Really lovely pub situated near the Cowley Road, home of students and locals alike. Hosts a great pub quiz on a Thurday at 8.30pm with £1 entry. Also host Feast without the Beast on Sundays - a fully vegan Sunday roast!
  • Cowley Road Area
    Restaurant
    Coffee lounge which transforms into a pan-Asian buffet (self-service, eat-as-much-as-you-like for a set fee) for lunch and dinner. Free wifi. The First Floor are a contemporary Multi-Cuisine Buffet Restaurant & Bar with a coffee lounge and free Wi-Fi access. Famed for their “All You Can Eat” Halal buffet, vibrant atmosphere and sophisticated interior, they have become an established favourite with locals, corporate clients and students alike since their opening in December 2008. They also have an extensive A La Carte menu. Situated in the heart of the colourful and cultured Cowley Road it’s the perfect venue to dine, drink or relax.
  • Botley & Cumnor
    Pub
    The Fishes is a hidden gem. Quite a big gem, too. An imposing Victorian building set in acres of wooded grounds leading down to the banks of Seacourt Stream. The deck that wraps around the conservatory offers a rare opportunity in land-locked Oxford to dine outside with an idyllic view. Outdoor seating on terrace and amongst pine trees; picnic hampers available in summer. Salsa evenings and other events (see website).
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