Food & Drink: Bars & Pubs

  • Type
  • Cuisine
  • Facilities
  • Location
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    The Fleece overlooks the expanse of Witney’s beautiful Church Green. Since we took it over ten years ago it has twice been voted one of the top twenty pubs in the UK. Loyally supported by the people of Witney we are one of the few places in town where you can sit outside on sunny days, eating, drinking & watching the world go by. We also have a private dining room for meetings or parties & 10 comfortable en suite bedrooms.
  • South of the ring road
    Bar
    The Flowing Well in the beautiful village of Sunningwell, just outside Abingdon to the south of Oxford, offers first class country pub dining and great ales in a perfect English countryside setting. Named after the source of the stream which flows into the pond opposite the Church, The Flowing Well has been beautifully renovated, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
  • 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’.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Thatched 17th century Cotswold stone pub complete with an enclosed garden .
  • 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.
  • 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
    Small, posh café by day (high and champagne teas, etc.), cocktails by night (happy hour 7-11pm Mon- Sat). Interesting décor, especially the door-closure device. Very crowded on May morning and at exam time. No bookings taken. Private hire available.
  • Central
    Pub
    Situated on George Street, right in the heart of the Oxford, The Grapes is a charming pub that has served the citizens of this beautiful City with delicious food and drink for over 100 years. A favourite watering hole for shoppers, theatregoers, visitors and locals, The Grapes offers an unrivalled choice of real ales and British-influenced artisan pizzas, as well as a wide range of tempting cheeses, meats and bar snacks. Whether it’s a pre-show supper, a light lunch ‘on the go’ or a few drinks with friends, you’re guaranteed a warm welcome in this cosy retreat from the hustle and bustle of George Street.
  • South of the ring road
    Pub
    This handsome village pub looks much the same as it would have when it was built from mellow Cotswold stone some 400 years ago. The Greyhound has character and atmosphere in spades, and feels just as a traditional country pub should feel. Their garden delights through all seasons! Their passion lies in finding quality fresh ingredients and preparing, cooking and presenting them in a modern but unpretentious way and The Greyhound's menus have a spine of classic British dishes complemented by more exotic influences from other parts of the world.
  • East of the ring road
    Restaurant
    Indian staple dishes, plus Nepali specials, and some noodle dishes. Free deliver on orders over £15 within 4 miles, £1 per mile after that. 10% off food for NHS and students, dine-in only.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    Their beers consist of 2 real ales at the moment, Bombardier and Young’s IPA bitter, London Stout and Charlie Wells Triple Hop IPA, and they will be introducing Stowford Press cider and have two premium lagers, Kirin ichiban and Heineken together with Fosters. They have a wide range of wines from around the world, and a comprehensive portfolio of premium spirits, and all the usual favourites. The pub's menu is based around good home cooked food all produced on the premises with pies, steaks and ribs, fish and chips and lots in between, our menu is designed for a light lunch, early supper or a Saturday night meal out. They can cater for small weddings, christenings and funerals.
  • Central
    Bar
    From the team behind Thirst, comes a new take on the classic American hamburgers and dance floor palace that was Maxwell's. Classic cocktails, a dance floor, a large function room for private hire, and a selection of street food. Named after co-owner Al's recently deceased cat, a lovable stray.
  • Jericho
    Pub
    For a fine pint of real ale in Oxford, there's no better place to be than The Harcourt Arms. We have some great fine wines too, if you prefer grape to grain. Something of a hidden gem in the city, our secret beer garden offers a blissful spot for alfresco drinks in summer. Once found, never forgotten!
  • Central
    Pub
    Situated besides Oxford’s scenic River Isis… The Head of the River matches its food, drink and accommodation to the beauty of its surroundings. Whether you join us for an hour in the garden or for a night in one of our luxurious rooms, we’re confident you’ll hate to say goodbye. A popular outdoor summer venue (right on the river, heatlamps available), much frequented by students. Warning: may get busy around times of rowing events! Following recent refurbishment, The Head of The River now has 20 beautiful bespoke rooms, providing wonderful waterside accommodation in Oxford.
  • West of the ring road
    Pub
    We have 11 characterful rooms of different shapes and styles, all named after local villages and hamlets surrounding Burford. Highly individual, those in the original part of the building having low ceilings and the odd sloping floor so expect lots of individuality. Also join us for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Our menu crafted by Head Chef Amanda Edwards changes regularly and reflects the seasonality of our produce.
  • North of the ring road
    Pub
    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
    Pub
    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
    Pub
    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.
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