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Food and Drink in Oxford
The information presented on these Oxford pages is based on the Oxford City Centre Street Map and Guide 1999
A SELECTION OF OXFORD'S PUBS:
The Bear, Alfred Street (D3). Cosy 13th century inn. Serves good food.
Eagle and Child, St. Giles (C1). Haunt of Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.
Head of the River, Folly Bridge (D5). Good view of the river. Food served.
King's Arms, Holywell Street (D2). Very popular. Serves food and real ale.
Oxford Brewhouse, Gloucester Street (C3). Popular. Live music and food.
Turf Tavern, Bath Place (D2). 13th century. Mulled wine, garden and food.
White Horse, Broad Street (D2). Popular with Inspector Morse. Serves food.
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