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The Anchor

2 Hayfield Rd,
Tel: 01865 510282

The Anchor is a pub and dining room in the heart of Oxford's Jericho serving simple, honest food. We have daily changing seasonal specials, Wadworth beers and a great wine selection.

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5-6 Little Clarendon Street, Oxford OX1 2HP
Tel: 01865 558173


The Duke has been Oxford’s leading cocktail bar for over 25 years, with a trendy and modern look and cocktails prepared using only the finest and freshest ingredients...

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Blue Boar Street, Oxford
Tel: 01865 724433


The House cocktail bar is a true gem for those in the know. Found down Wheatsheaf Yard, just off the High Street, it offers a sanctuary away from the crowd with an interior that boasts style, sophistication and class and wonderful cocktails.

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Oxford Pubs   The Old Tom
Serving authentic Thai food in the heart of Oxford, The Old Tom provides you with the perfect venue to enjoy excellent food whilst sampling cask ales, draught beers and wines, all in a traditional pub atmosphere. Located opposite Christ Church, one of Oxford’s leading attractions, unwind after a busy day or sample our exotic delicacies at lunch, taking advantage of our express lunch offer for £6.50. Using the freshest ingredients of the highest quality, The Old Tom is the perfect location for an intimate meal or a celebration. Take away is available.
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Oxford Bars   Far From the Madding Crowd
10-12 Friars Entry, Oxford
Tel: 01865 240900
A family-run, award winning free house specialising in real ales and pub meals found behind Borders in the city centre. With free WiFi, daily broadsheet selection, and board games. Dogs are welcome, as are families.
Oxford Pubs   The Star
21 Rectory Road, Oxford OX4 1BU
Tel: 01865 248011
A friendly pub catering to an eclectic crowd, The Star serves reasonably priced drinks and has two pool tables and a huge garden out back that is open during the spring and summer months. Well worth a visit, it’s off the beaten track but conveniently located between St. Clements and Cowley Road and not too far from town.
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1 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EA
Tel: 01865 26229

Located on ‘The Plains’ in East Oxford, The Cape offers a relaxed, comfortable and friendly pub atmosphere with drinks from all over the world and great food. The second floor bar has a great view, and is available for private hire.
Oxford drinking   Head of the River
Folly Bridge, Oxford OX1 4LB
Tel: 08719 170007

A popular venue right on the River Thames near the city centre, this pub and hotel offers a gorgeous patio area and is a great place from which to watch rowing competitions or cool down from punting on the river.
Oxford Pubs   The Black Boy
91 Old High Street, Headington, Oxford OX3 9HT
Tel: 01865 741137

The Black Boy Gastropub has been deemed ‘Simply Irresistible’ by Jay Rayner of The Observer. Quite simply, great food at a great price.. Whether it’s a full meal, or a snack from our grazing menu in the garden. We even like to teach the kids to cook in Kids Kitchen! Come along for a bite. It’s rather nice.
Oxford Pubs   O'Neill's Irish
Pub & Kitchen

37 George Street, Oxford,
Tel: 01865 250708

A hundred thousand welcomes to O’Neill’s Irish Pub & Kitchen, where you’ll find an oasis of Irish hospitality on busy George Street. Whenever you stop by, you'll be able to enjoy sociable, down to earth eating and drinking that comes with great service, lively banter and a friendly smile. Come on in and make yourself at home.
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St Aldates Tavern

108 St Aldate's, City Centre, Oxford, OX1 1BU.
Tel: 01865 241185.

The St Aldates Tavern is perfectly located right in the heart of the City of Oxford. We're just a stones throw away from the High Street in between the hustle and bustle of the shopping areas and the relative tranquillity of some of Oxford University's finest colleges.

Whether you are popping in for a quick drink, meeting friends or having a delicious meal there's plenty inside for everyone. We have a superb range of local cask ales, as well as other interesting beers, wines and spirits for you to enjoy, and our chef will have prepared a delicious menu of freshly cooked food ranging from light snacks to main meals - why not give it a try?
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The Fleece

11 Church Green, Witney, OX28 4AZ. Tel: 01993 892270.

Overlooking the expanse of Witney's beautiful Church Green, The Fleece is a fine Georgian building, originally the home of Clinch's brewery and reputedly a favourite watering-hole of Dylan Thomas when he lived in South Leigh. Since we took it over nine years ago it has twice been voted one of the top twenty pubs in the UK. It also features in Alistair Sawday.
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The Turf Tavern
4 Bath Place, Oxford OX1 3SU
Tel: 01865 243235

‘An Education In Intoxication’ for University of Oxford students and reached by narrow, winding passageways, this public house with foundations in the 14th century specialises in Real Ales and is an excellent escape from the modern world. Visitors can stay outside even in winter, braziers. Barbeque on select nights.
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Swan and Castle
Oxford Castle, Oxford

The Swan & Castle: The pubs name refers to an inn that previously stood adjacent to the site on Castle Street built in 1896. Castle Street was redeveloped in 1970, and the Swan & Castle was demolished to make way for the County Hall.

The new Swan & Castle will specialise in real ales.
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The Lamb & Flag
12 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3JS
Tel: 01865 515787

St Johns College of the University of Oxford owns this over 500-years-old pub, long a favourite of students and the Oxford literati. Thomas Hardy is said to have written most of Jude the Obscure here. Known for serving up real ales.
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The White Hart
12 St Andrew’s Road, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DL
Tel: 01865 761737

This pub has roots going back to the 17th century, and retains much of its historical charm in a listed building with beautiful garden.
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The Rusty Bicycle
28 Magdalen Road, Oxford OX4 1RB
Tel: 01865 204842

Arkell’s Brewery has given life to a long-dilapidated location, turning it into a warm and friendly pub with board games, darts, and excellent service.

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Eagle and Child
49 St Giles, Oxford OX1 3LU
Tel: 08719 170007

Called the ‘Bird and Baby’ by locals, this is one of Oxford’s oldest pubs and was frequented by C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkein. Today it boasts an incredible fish and chips selection and many guest ales.
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The Hobgoblin
127 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1UE
Tel: 01865 439496

This is a favourite amongst students on the Cowley Road, boasting an extensive patio garden out back. Wide range of guest ales, with specials for CAMRA members and student specials.
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The Kings Arms
40 Holywell Street, Oxford OX1 3SP
Tel: 01865 242369

Over 400 years old and located on the corner of Parks Road and Holywell Street, The Kings Arms is a beloved Oxford student institution; it is therefore local lore that the pub has the highest IQ per square foot of any pub in the world.
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