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Cow and Creek
Sunday Opens : 10:00 | Closes : 22:30

Cow and Creek

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Cow and Creek is an exciting new concept on the Oxford city bar and restaurant scene, with impeccably designed interiors, fantastic food, mouth-watering cocktails and service second to none. Situated within the city centre amongst all the shopping and a few moments walk from both train and bus stations. Thirsty? Relax comfortably while enjoying a great quality cappuccino and surfing the internet from our fast Wifi or alternatively party from evening to late with fresh quality beers, new world wine and fabulous music. Hungry? Why not browse through our extensive food menu offering great value main meals, light bites, sandwiches and salads. We also cater for a wide variety of private functions, from corporate events to birthdays and other celebrations. Why not enquire with us about booking an area, or the whole venue, exclusively for you and your guests. Remember, the Cow and Creek is a venue for you to relax while we do all the work.
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12 New Road,
OX1 1LT

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Royal Blenheim
Sunday Opens : 10:00 | Closes : 23:00

Royal Blenheim

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I often hear people say “I’m thinking of retiring and running a pub”. Well let me tell all the people living in dream land, it’s not as easy as it looks!

When we decided to open the pub in Oxford to be the White Horse Brewery ‘tap’, the hardest part of the process was finding someone that understood what we wanted to achieve.

We have a real passion for cask ale, which you can see after the pub made it into the Good Beer Guide after only a year and also being voted one of top four cask ale pubs in Oxford!

Duncan runs a great kitchen sourcing as many ingredients as he can get from local producers in the Covered Market. Some of the great homemade food available on the menu at the Royal Blenheim includes wonderful chilli and freshly batted fish to name but a few. And that is without mentioning the number of vegetarian and vegan choices available, so there really is something for everyone!

But don’t just take my word for it, come on down and meet the team

Andy Wilson
Managing Director
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13 St Ebbes Street,
OX1 1PT

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Bear Inn
Sunday Opens : 11:30 | Closes : 22:30

Bear Inn

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Dating from 1242 The Bear is the oldest pub in Oxford and a real hidden gem, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the High Street. Students, locals and tourists drop in to enjoy a great pint of real ale and good, home-cooked food in these historic premises.
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6 Alfred Street,
OX1 4EH

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The Chequers
Sunday Opens : 11:00 | Closes : 22:30

The Chequers

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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 ? hence Chancellor of the Exchequer. Our pub once exhibited strange animals discovered by 17th Century explorers and technological marvels of the age.
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131 High Street,
OX1 4DH

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Turf Tavern
Sunday Opens : 11:00 | Closes : 23:00

Turf Tavern

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An institution for locals, city dwellers, shoppers and tourists alike. Those in the know will seek out our traditional british pub. Free smiles and warm welcomes with every visit - guaranteed. We serve freshly prepared, irresistible food all day, every day. Grab a drink, get comfy and let us do the rest.
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4-5 Bath Place,
OX1 3SU

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Lamb and Flag
Sunday Opens : 12:00 | Closes : 22:30

Lamb and Flag

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The Lamb and Flag is the name of a public house at 12 St Giles', Oxford, England. It is owned by St John's College, and profits fund DPhil student scholarships. The pub lies just north of the main entrance to St John's College, who manage it.
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12 St Giles Street,
OX1 3JS

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Four Candles
Sunday Opens : 08:00 | Closes : 00:00

Four Candles

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This pub takes its name from the sketch written by Ronnie Barker for the television show The Two Ronnies, in which he starred alongside Ronnie Corbett. In the sketch, Barker walks into a hardware store and asks for 'four candles'. Corbett gives him the candles, but Barker had really wanted 'fork handles' - “andles for forksâ€.

The nearby history faculty of Oxford University was built in 1881 as the City's High School for Boys, occupying this impressive building for more than 80 years. The school's former pupils include the actor, writer and comedian Ronnie Barker (1929-2005).
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51-53 George Street,
OX1 2BE

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