Food & Drink: Pubs

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  • Headington
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    This recently refurbished pub, tucked away in the back streets of Headington, is one of Oxfordshire's hidden gems. Boasting some great food and a fine range of real ales, The Butcher's Arms guarantees a warm and friendly welcome for all. Awarded Fuller's coveted Master Cellarman status, The Butcher's Arms is Headington's best pub for fans of real ale. Grab a perfect pint, best enjoyed by their roaring log fire. When the sun shines, the English summer takes some beating. Their pretty outside area is the perfect setting in which to soak up the sun with friends and family.
  • South of the ring road
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    Hungry Horse pub serving food and drinks, including breakfast at the weekend.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    Take the best in British pub culture, top it off with individuality, vintage character and an off-beat edge - The Cape of Good Hope 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 lazy brunch, 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. Located just outside the city centre on The Plain, The Cape of Good Hope is the very definition of urban cool. Pop out the back and you’ll discover The Cape of Good Hope’s best-kept secret – its spacious beer garden, a rare treat for a city pub and an ideal spot to take time out.
  • Central
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    Pub run by Hook Norton Brewery. Local and regional craft and cask beer, weekly entertainment (live music and comedy nights). Pizza/mediterranean menu, offers gluten-free pizzas, and vegan options too. Choice of 8 real ales. Children are welcome until 6pm. Available for private hire, with a capacity of 60, Mon - Sun 11am - midnight. £50 deposit, refundable if total spend is £400 or more. Catering and Wifi access available.
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    Traditional Pub Food from Wednesday - Saturday evenings 6pm - 10pm. If you would like to book a table please call and speak to a member of the team.
  • South of the ring road
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    A traditional village pub serving quality beers such as Peroni, a range of changing ales and a fantastic selection of spirits and cocktails!
  • Headington
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    They are a family run establishment so are always pleased to see your family. They have a great beer selection including Wolf Rock Red IPA, Hell Weathers, Golden IPA, Cobra, Carling, Coors Light and super cold Peroni, served at 2?C! Their large garden is a real treat and has a raised decking area overlooking the sunken garden, also with a BBQ to use. Frequent live sports and other events plus Aunt Sally!
  • Central
    Pub
    You will find The Chequers in Oxford within a short stroll of Queen Street, St Aldates and Cornmarket Street - however you won't find another like it. Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality. Much of the interior of our pub dates from the 1500s when an old tenement belonging to a moneylender was rebuilt as a tavern. The chequerboard was the symbol of the money-changer, having its origins in the checked cloth used by the Romans in their calculations. This pub once exhibited strange animals discovered by 17th Century explorers and technological marvels of the age.
  • North of the ring road
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    We offer you breakfasts, lunches, children's meals, mains, desserts and our famous Sunday Carvery. Enjoy Fullers real ales, ciders and lagers as well as an extensive selection of fine wines and liquor. Our spacious garden and patio overlooks some wide and open fields which makes it ideal for dining al fresco. There is plenty of free parking space for pub patrons in our private car park. Motorhome friendly, and wheelchair access. We are on the route of the Oxfordshire Way walk. You are welcome to bring your dog inside our pub and garden.
  • Banbury Road Area
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    Seasonal menus curated by chef Paul Bell. Celebrate a special occasion in the restaurant or Marquee. This well known restaurant has been voted Wine List of the Year – Good Food Guide 2014 & Louise Roederer Imbibe Magazine awards. Earlyish closing in the restaurant: once you're there, the kitchen will stay open for you, but you do need to get there by about 8.45pm. Enjoy a relaxing time on the river Cherwell in our hand crafted punts, punt station: 01865 515978.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    Spacious pub in quiet residential street near Iffley Fields nature reserve. Great pub quiz every Sunday, extensive food and drink menus.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    The City Arms is a vibrant venue with great food, fantastic selection of drinks and a pleasant atmosphere. They welcome groups of all age groups and will welcome you whether it be for lunch or dinner or just a few cocktails. Big focus on sports and will stream all the major games you could want. Also have food to everyone's taste and dietary requirements.
  • South of the ring road
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    The Coach and Horses Inn, Chislehampton is a charming 16th Century Inn offering guests a bar, restaurant and accommodation. Sitting in traditional English countryside, not far from the River Thame, the inn has a pleasant courtyard area and a separate large garden often used for BBQs. Inside, you’ll find bar, lounge and restaurant. This centuries-old former coaching inn includes a popular, oak beamed restaurant – justifiably proud of the seasonal a la carte menu, many dishes are prepared using locally sourced foods wherever possible. The bar includes a selection of local real ale, including Hook Norton and Loddon breweries as well as lagers and continental beers. A selection of fine wines from around the world is also available. Guest accommodation comprises nine en-suite double or twin bedrooms.
  • South of the ring road
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    The Compton Swan is a gorgeous village pub with six letting bedrooms nestled in the village of Compton, Berkshire. Around 19.3 km from Newbury, The Compton Swan offers high-quality dining and stylish accommodation with free parking and Wi-Fi. Just over 30 minutes’ drive from Oxford and Reading, this Berkshire village inn has a large garden and a library area with log fire.
  • Headington
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    Local, family friendly pub. Great value drinks. Sky Sports, Pool table, Dartboard, Aunt Sally and Poker. Big terrace.
  • West of the ring road
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    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.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    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.
  • East of the ring road
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    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
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    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
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    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.
  • Abingdon Road
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    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.
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