Food & Drink: Pubs

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  • Cowley Road Area
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    Cosy, village pub-like pub with free fast WiFi, large garden, quizzes every Sunday and tasty beers.
  • West of the ring road
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    Artist Residence Oxfordshire is an idyllic retreat in the heart of the English countryside, providing all the comfort and tranquillity you could desire. This 16th-century inn has five luxurious bedrooms nestled under its cosy thatch, each a calming combination of luxurious linens, bohemian styling and antique furnishings. Downstairs The Mason Arms, designed in collaboration with artists The Connor Brothers, is a welcoming country pub, offset by surprising and delightful contemporary artworks. The dining room offers a sumptuous menu using meat and dairy from neighbouring farms and the best seasonal produce from our kitchen garden.
  • Headington
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    The Masons Arms is a fantastic free house in the heart of Headington Quarry. We offer a great range of beers including our very own Old Bog beers a selection of Belgian bottled beers and a fantastic range of draught and bottled Cider's. We are a focal point locally with many pub teams including darts, crib,aunt sally and bar billiards. At the back of our large garden we have a function room available for hire.As well as the large garden we also have a heated decking area that can be used all year round. Sky Sports is shown on three screens and other events such as the meat raffle and our famous Saturday Quiz night ensure ther is allways a fun and friendly atmosphere.
  • South of the ring road
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    Bare wooden boards, original parquet and Oxfordshire flagstones cover the floors, our chairs rescued from a chapel and stripped pine tables, the inn feels relaxed and good. Creatively lit, with plenty of framed risque prints by Tim Bulmer it has a welcoming and relaxing ambiance. Guest beers, plus a fine bar and an even finer wine list caters for the imbiber, while a glance at the menu offers some rather special delights. Situated in the village of Cothill, we benefit from being only 4 miles from Abingdon and the A34 allowing you easy access to the M4 and M40.
  • South of the ring road
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    Find your nook in the cosy bar with its bubbles by the glass and gins you’ve yet to hear of. Dine on fine modern British dishes with unpretentious, yet nothing’s-too-much-trouble service. Rediscover what it is to savour every morsel because your palate’s in overdrive and the wine’s too good to quaff. Spot the locals who are loath to leave. Sleep in like-no-other bedrooms characterful for their aged architecture as much for their bold décor. Wake up from the ultimate slumber provided by luxurious mattresses to the freshest of breakfasts and clean rural air.
  • Central
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    Located in the heart of Oxford, we’ve found ourselves a beautiful home where we’re proud to serve up delicious food straight from the kitchen and crafted drinks poured at the bar every day of the week. A warm and welcoming place for you to tuck into a light lunch or hearty Sunday Roast.
  • East of the ring road
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    The Nut Tree is a traditional village pub which serves great modern British food in the restaurant but is still somewhere you can stop and have a pint or relaxing drink at the end of a hard day’s work. Even our own Nut Tree ales and our friends’ own gin! Within the 15th century thatched building you’ll find a mix of locals and visitors enjoying real ales, fine wines, excellent food and attentive service. Our bar food also serves our home-made fish and chips. Awarded a Michelin Star since 2008.
  • Central
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    Somewhat cheesy & generic Irish-themed pub/bar. Pub grub served. Live music - every Friday there's a band and every Saturday a solo artist.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    The Old Black Horse is a 17th Century Coaching Inn located five minutes from the centre of Oxford at the end of the High Street. The historic buildings of the city and university are nearby and Magdalen College with its beautiful deer park is just across the river. We offer superior bed and breakfast accommodation with a range of single, twin, double and family rooms. All our bedrooms are en-suite and are equipped with Free Wireless Internet access, remote control television, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.
  • Jericho
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    The Old Bookbinders is a family-run pub sitting deep in the heart of Jericho shying away from the hustle and bustle of Walton Street. Just a short walk away from the city centre, the historic suburb of Jericho is one of Oxford’s finest with a strong community feel and a reputation for its quirky nature. One of Jericho’s few remaining pubs The Bookies manages to hold on to the charm and quirkiness of public houses from yesteryear. Dog, child and student friendly (as long as they’re well behaved)!
  • Central
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    A literal stone's throw from Carfax, the crossroads that marks the centre of the city of Oxford, Old Tom has provided a welcome watering hole for Oxford's town and gown since at least the end of the 17th century. In its three or so centuries of history, Old Tom has enjoyed many faces. Today it is a unique experience that perfectly combines old world English pub sensibilities with the very best in Thai cuisine. Old Tom is sister restaurant to the highly successful Monkey and Me in London's Marylebone. Both restaurants serve delicious Thai food that stays true to its Eastern origin.
  • North of the ring road
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    The Oxford Arms is an award-winning XIX century dining pub in Oxfordshire run by chef patron Bryn Jones since 2003. They serve good, honest food with a minimum of fuss. The menu changes seasonably with daily specials to use even more local produce (some of the ingredients are from their organic Kitchen Garden and Kirtlington village itself). A real log fire will keep you warm in winter and their beautiful garden patio will keep you cool during hot summer days.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    Our pizzas are made from freshly-made dough and topped with our in-house tomato base. Lovingly cooked in our wood-fired oven, served to your table as soon as they are ready to be scoffed. What’s great about our pizzas is that no one pizza is the same – that’s what happens when you go Artisan and cook at 290°. If you want gluten-free dough – we can do that too! Our warming one pots are also cooked in our wood-fired oven, delivered straight to your table piping hot, and we mean hot! Think gooey, scrummy, bubbling goodness and you’d be right.
  • Central
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    This stylish rejuvenation creates a warm and relaxed vibe, and the 3am closing time at weekends offers visitors a late night hangout, and a place to be and be seen. Their garden is a city centre retreat with fun and playful furnishings to escape to after a hard days work. It is open all year round and is partially covered. An outside hut has been transformed to a late night bar & DJ booth to serve you on the summer weekends. A TV screen is available in the garden to show the best in Sport, TV, and Film.
  • Pub
    Traditional English pub, based in Freeland.
  • West Oxford
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    Popular thatch-roofed 17th-century riverside pub and restaurant accessible from Port Meadow as well as by road from west Oxford; very popular in summer. Serving British pub food. While you're in Binsey, why not visit the original treacle well in Binsey churchyard? Outside bar in summer.
  • East of the ring road
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    Gastropub next to the windmill and quarry. An evening's cycle ride from Oxford, or the end of a good walk. Real ale, home cooked food, and rooms as well. Gluten-free, takeaway and Walkers' Specials menus available. Just 15 miles from Oxford, and 55 miles from London. Perched on a hill, with views over the historic Brill Windmill and neighbouring counties, we offer real ales, delicious home-cooked food and comfortable rooms to locals and visiting guests, all accompanied with friendly service and a pleasant pheasant atmosphere.
  • Wolvercote
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    Greene King. Traditional friendly village pub. Buzzing even on a Wednesday lunchtime. Looks out onto Wolvercote Green, the canal and Port Meadow beyond. Heated covered outdoor area for smoking or just braving the wintry elements. The Library is a self-contained room, good for meetings or large group meals, decked out with a vast selection of books. They may have been chosen for looks rather than content, and there's a bit of an eclectic selection, but there are plenty of appealing reads. Serves standard Greene King ales with regular guests, imported lagers being Staropramen and Becks Vier. Menu includes such exotic delights as baked avocado. It's a sprawlingly large menu full of pub favourites - burgers, things with chips, etc - but with some surprising touches of flair, such as "Smoked duck salad with a blackcurrant & elderflower dressing".
  • South of the ring road
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    17th century, CAMRA award-winning pub with B&B situated on the River Thames.
  • South of the ring road
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    The name Plum Pudding derives from the Oxford Sandy & Black Pig sometimes referred to as the “Plum Pudding Pig” (our Plum Pudding Pigs are reared by Mark Cooper of Coopers Oxford Pork) and is one of the oldest British pig breeds, it has existed for 200-300 years, especially around Oxfordshire. You're welcome you at The Plum Pudding all year round whether you are enjoying a pint in our wonderful walled garden or warming up with a coffee by the fire in winter.
  • East of the ring road
    Inn
    Smart gastropub restaurant serves own seasonal produce including meat, which is also sold at the butchers' next door. 16th century building. Dogs welcomed, and full menu available in the bar. The vegetarian menu is not extensive. The dessert menu has suggested wine pairings marked.
  • Cowley Road Area
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    Sky sports and beer garden (open in the summer). Real log fire in winter. Benches on street at front. Lower bar available for private hire (£50).
  • Osney
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    Please join us in the grill & bar for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Succulent dry aged Steaks cooked in a charcoal oven, accompanied by decadent wines, classic cocktails & hand pulled ales, all sampled in our vintage leather styled boutique setting, where comfort & quality are at a premium. Our 7 en-suite double rooms are modern, minimalistic & stylish - the neighbourhood is peaceful & the beds are extremely comfortable. So, If the thought of an early evening dry martini, a starter of duck hearts, a cote de boeuf accompanied by a fine claret & perhaps a nightcap before you roll upstairs to your luxurious bed inspires one, then we very much look forward to welcoming you at the porterhouse grill & rooms.
  • Iffley / Rose Hill
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    Traditional Wadworth real ale pub with Casque Marque-awarded licensee and home-cooked food. Loads of other regular community-related fun events. Quite literally full of character. There's an easy feel to the place, no stiff formalities here. We encourage a relaxed easy style whether you are calling in for a drink or something to eat.
  • Osney
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    Formerly The Watermans Arms, this new pub seems to be related to one of the same name in Cambridge, and specialises in good food. Thursday night English folk session.
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