Sister bar to The House, The Duke of Cambridge provides potentially some of Oxfordshire’s best cocktails. Well placed on Jericho’s Little Clarendon Street, this pub is believed to be one of the top five cocktails bars in the UK by The Guardian, and continues to astonish both visitors and Oxonians alike with its great atmosphere, décor and, of course, first-class cocktails.
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. Situated opposite Christ Church, one of Oxford’s leading attractions, relax 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 ideal location for an intimate meal or a celebration.
The Lamb and Flag
St John’s College of the University of Oxford has owned this pub for over 500 years. It was long a favourite of students and the Oxford literati. Thomas Hardy is believed to have written most of Jude the Obscure here.
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.