Summer is here! It’s time to soak up all the vitamin D you can get with some for alfresco dining. Here are some of our favourite places to eat outdoors in Oxford and beyond.
Head chef Patrick Smith has introduced a new small plates menu designed to bring a tantalising selection of dishes to the table for sharing or indeed for keeping all to yourself.
The Grade II listed property in the heart of the rural village of Bloxham, near Banbury, has reopened its doors following a major refurbishment by new owners, Prospect Pubs Ltd.
Mixing a casual, relaxed dining environment with a stylish, contemporary bar, Django’s serves up tasty American style comfort food. The wait is finally over!
The landmark Glasshouse on Oxford’s Banbury Road will close temporarily until May 2022 for a £1 million refurbishment and expansion to become Gees Restaurant, Bar, Gallery & Secret Garden.
The 80-cover pub, with a detached converted barn providing eight letting bedrooms, was extensively renovated and refurbished when it was bought by Ian and Caron Williams nine years ago.
The money was raised by customers of Perch Inn in Binsey and Mamma Mia Pizzerias in Summertown and Jericho for Helen & Douglas House Hospice.
Henrik will continue to develop a menu, alongside Country Creatures’ Sam Pearman, that focuses on British, locally sourced, and seasonal ingredients, as well as cooking over fire.