Oxford, UK

Eat Oxford: Good Pubs + Restaurants


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On Your To-Do List

+ The White Horse pub for beer

+ The Crown pub for lunch

+ Congregation House for lunch & history

+ The Oxford Kitchen for live music, wine & good food

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The White Horse pub dates back to the Middle Ages, when Oxford was the 6th largest town in England

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Advert in the pub
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The White Horse is famous for filming “Inspector Morse” in the 1980’s
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Cozy spaces make for an intimate atmosphere in the pub
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The Crown pub is famous for being Shakespeare’s Oxford stopover
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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.
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Nicholson’s Classic beef burger, £9.50
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Exterior

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Located at University Church of St Mary the Virgin. In the early fourteenth century the University built the old “Congregation House” on the east side of the church tower for meetings of Congregation
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Built in 1320, now a restaurant
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The Oxford Kitchen’s reputation for fine modern British cuisine is built around the inspired creations of Executive Chef John Footman, whose food has the critics talking
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Live band playing
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Hot chocolate

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