Traditional pub suggestions (1-5)

The Eagle and Child (1)
Very well know pub in Oxford for having served the famous authors C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.

The Turf Tavern (2)
13th Century old ale house with low beams and wonky floors, hard to find but worth a visit. Serves traditional ales and food.

The Bear Inn (3)
The oldest pub in Oxford dating back to 1242, serving traditional ales and food.

The Royal Oak (4)
Serves real ales and world beers and wines, and food.

The Kings Arms (5)
Built in 1607 and still standing in its original position. The brainiest pub in Oxford? Known for having the highest IQ per square foot of anywhere in the world!

Contemporary bar suggestions (6 – 11)

The Red lion (6)
Tucked behind George Street, in between Oxfords main theatres and serving different styles of food.

Duke of Cambridge (7)
A cocktail bar in the region of Jericho, a location for the Tropical Medicine Christmas parties.

Raoul’s (8)
Serves cocktails and light bites in Jericho.

All Bar One (9)
Serves cocktails, wines and food on the High Street.

Varsity Club (10)
This place has a roof top bar and great view of Oxford. It serves snacks, sharing plates and cocktails.

Freud Café Oxford (11)
The stained glass remains in this stone church, now a happening cocktail bar with a European menu.