Fairview Inn is a classic combination of ancient and contemporary style of pubs. It was built in the year 1959 which is clearly visible from the interiors of the pub. Later on in 2014 it changed the hands and was renovated to certain extent. Since the old interiors had a classic feel so some of the interiors were left untouched. The name of the club is after the name of the local road where it is located. It is family friendly and also provides you the space for the functions. Most important it has its own parking so you can have your car.
Address: Glebelands, Oxford OX3 7EN
Tel: 01865 763448
The pub was opened in 2003. In this area it is the first Wetherspoon’s pub. If you want to enjoy the open ambience then it is a perfect place as it provides the open space in the front which is a raised area while on the other hand the rear of the pub is a totally windowless area. The beers are sourced locally and if you want a afield one then you can very well request the owner. The pub hosts atleast 2 beer festivals every year. The pub is opened from 8am to 11 pm and till midnight on Fri- Sun.
Address: Templars Square Shopping Centre, 59a Between Towns Road, Oxford OX4 3LR
Tel: 01865 335950
The club is well known for the surprises it offers to you every time you visit the place. If it is winters you can enjoy the warmth of fire and if it is summers then you enjoy the large beer garden. It is suitable for both adults and children as it provides everything from a soft drink to a pint. Here you can also have lunch and even Business lunch at very affordable prices. Here if you once come then you will be attracted towards it again definitely. So why not try it once just for a drink or for a lunch.
Address: 102 Temple Rd, Cowley, Oxford OX4 2EZ
Tel: 01865 718459
It is a pub run by a family and hence is suitable for the families. It serves all types of people where you can either have casual dining or a formal dining for your business correspondents. You can also choose the dining place as it offers both in and out. They boast about their quality of food they offer and the prices they take from you in the whole oxford. The pub is also disabled friendly. The pub also caters the parties, meeting or funerals. As per Colin Dexter it is a great pub to have a beer in.
Address: The Green, Upper Wolvercote, Oxford OX2 8BD
Tel: 01865 556969
Looking for a pub in the village of Kennigton then you will not find any other than us. Here the interiors are quite airy and full of lights, where the walls are covered with lovely flock wallpapers. They offer customers a welcome with a food with excellent quality and drinks. The ambience is quite family friendly as they offer food and facilities for all the ages from the kids to the adults and even for old. They also offer a lounge area and also a sports bar. The pub is also famous for its large beer garden in the summers.
Address: 193 Kennington Road, Kennington, Oxford OX1 5PG
Tel: 01865 735386
Welcome to the Oxford Blue. We offer a wide assortment of scrumptious dishes for you to indulge in and satisfy your taste buds with! And you get to enjoy various genres of music and live band performances. People relish dining at the new Oxford Blue that has some of our quirky décor showcased in the marvelous rooms. So come have fun with your friends and family and enjoy delicious food at our Stylish pub, with comfy sofas, mouth-watering snacks and appetizing sharing platters. And to end your week on a perfect note, try out our free-range of Sunday roast dinners.
Address: 32 Marston Street, Oxford OX4 1JU
Tel: 01865 460215
The Fir tree is multi-level pub, with a snug, a small patio garden and a smoking area to the rear, and there’s seating at the front as well. The house speciality is the delicious pizza. The Sunday lunch is served in term time and is very popular, as is the Tuesday curry night. The interior of this quirky pub still bears the scars of its days as a Morrell’s ale house, with a whole bank of hand pumps and a mish-mash of finishes and artifacts. It’s a great place to hangout as a before and after-match venue for Oxford University Rugby Union FC, with the ground being right opposite to the pub and is also a feasible option for people coming to the athletics track, made famous by Sir Roger Bannister.
Address: 163 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EJ
Tel: 01865 245290
The Library Pub is THE independent pub on Cowley Road. Located between Tesco’s and the O2, we provide an extensive range of drinks with a very reasonable price. Our staff is extremely friendly and we have DJ’s spinning every weekend – ranging from dancehall and reggae to disco and funk to hip hop and soul. If it’s hot, we got it! With two bars, we have a well-sized and excellently laid out garden with heaters and smoking shelters. We offer international beers which are regularly updated depending on the season and we have the classic old favorites too. So don’t be a stranger! And remember, if your mum rings when here, you can be guilt free and tell her you are bossin’ it in the Library. And she’ll like that!
Address: 182 Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1UE
Tel: 01865 241776