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Wine & Dine in Oxford
Steeped in history and culture Oxford is long associated as a hub for culinary exception. Guests staying at Greyfriars Hideaway are blessed with many options within the city to wine and dine or just outside the city there are a few places well worth the trip. Just over the road is Westgate Oxford which offers an array of bars and restaurants will awe-inspiring views over central Oxford.
So whether you plan to dine in on the estate, book a private chef or walk out to the many restaurants right on your doorstep you are truly spoilt for choice.
Cooking & Dining In
The Oxford Wine Company
Fine wines, tastings and even 'Wine School'.
6 Turl St, Oxford OX1 3DQ
It’s all about great wine and they have plenty to suit even the most sophisticated palate. They don’t care what it is or where it’s from, if it’s a fabulous bottle then they want it in their shop!
35 South Parade, Oxford, OX2 7JN
Dating back to the 1770's Oxford Covered Market is a must visit and its only a 9 minute walk away. This historic market showecases the very best in local crafts, butchers, bakers, coffee-roasters, pie-makers and much more.
Great Places to Eat & Drink
A new restaurant and wine bar just opened in Jericho. Its name comes from the practice of regenerating overworked land to return it to nature, an ethos that sits at the heart of the venue.
Clarendon Street, Oxford OX1 2HP
01865 985 630
Quod Restaurant & Bar
Regulars and visitors alike flock to Quod for its broad menu of European classics with an emphasis on British produce.
High St, Oxford, 0X1 4BJ
Two One Five [Michelin Star]
Great service and exquisite food, and our more relaxed menu won’t break the bank.
Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7HQ
British brasserie and bar with lobster nights and afternoon tea in a grand cafe setting.
Woodstock Road, OX2 6HA
Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons [Michelin Star]
A lavender-scented walkway paves the way for a sensational culinary fairy tale. Raymond Blanc's vision for Belmond Le Manoir Aux Quat'Saisons has always been one of world-class gastronomic flair and superb organic ingredients, which has been described as "a twist of innovative genius."
The Turf Tavern
With foundations dating back to 1381 this truly is a historic pub.
Bath Place, Oxford, OX1 3SU
01865 243 235
A hidden gem, The Bear is one of Oxford's oldest pubs and is a beacon for anyone who enjoys a fantastic pint of real ale and good, home-cooked, traditional pub food... not to mention its quirky tie collection dating back to the early 1900's.
Alfred Street, OX1 4EH
The Head of the River
Located at Folly Bridge, this fantastic little watering hole sits alongside the river and its name is derived from the Oxford University rowing regatta.
Folly Bridge, St. Aldates OX1 4LB
A traditional pub of unique character revered for its eclectic range of real ales and quality food.
131 High Street, OX1 4DH
Banana Tree [Pan-Asian]
63 George Street, OX1 2BQ
01865 200 685
Yeti Fine Nepalese
237 Cowley Road, OX4 1XG
Franco Manca Pizzeria
12 George Street, OX1 2AF
01865 570 068
Happy Friday Vegan Kitchen
282 Cowley Road, OX4 1UR
Chiang Mai Kitchen [Thai]
130a high street, OX1 4DH
Oxford Covered Market
Dating back to the 1770's Oxford Covered Market is a must visit and it's only a 9 minute walk away. This historic market showecases the very best in local crafts, food and drink.
14 Bonn Square, OX1 1LT
2 King Edward Street, OX1 4HS
Oxford Covered Market
Black Sheep Coffee
4 George Street, OX1 2AF
Vaults & Garden
1 Radclife Sqaure, OX1 4AH