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The business is launching its first UK franchise and handing over the reins of its Oxford stores to father and son hospitality duo Graham and Matthew Allan.
On Saturday, 22 October, step into The Randolph Hotel in Oxford for a thrilling afternoon tea inspired by the cultural phenomenon, Bridgerton.
The new 10,000 sq ft restaurant and bar will open in the historic Mitre Hotel building on Oxford High Street before Christmas, with an expansive downstairs dining room, an upstairs private dining room and a cosy cocktail bar.
Sticks‘n’Santa offers guests a tasty alternative to the traditional turkey and stuffing with enticing Japanese-inspired dishes ideal for pre-Christmas get-togethers.
Chopstix fans in Oxford will be in with a chance of grabbing a free box of small noodles as the store will be giving away 100 boxes of small noodles.
The new Sticks’n’Sushi menu, combining traditional sushi with yakitori sticks from the grill, is available now and features brand-new dishes alongside much-loved classics.
From 17 September, the US icon will bring a taste of New Orleans to Oxford city centre, opening its fifth British site on Queen Street.
Despite their best efforts, the team could not reach an agreement with the landlords and will close the doors for the last time on 17 September 2022 with hopes of reopening elsewhere.
Chadlington Brewery also teamed up with Oxford City FC to launch its new Oxford Helles Lager in the first pre-season friendly against Oxford United on Saturday 02 July.
The Wallingford coffee shop, which opened on 29 June, is designed to blend into the existing style of the historic market square and can seat up to 89 people.
The honey-coloured 16th-century building has been carefully renovated to create six beautiful bedrooms and a large restaurant serving traditional pub dishes made with local produce.