The Plough at 38 is an Oxford Restaurant and Historic City Pub.
An inn opened on this site in 1656, and this local hostelry served thirsty travellers – town and gown people – until 1924. Renovated and opened in 2018, step inside, and you will find a wealth of historic pictures on the walls showing Oxford and the University throughout the centuries.
The historic city centre pub serves traditional real ales and craft beer. They also have a large selection of gins, vodkas and whisky and a comprehensive wine list. The cosy restaurant upstairs is where you can delight in an a la carte menu or a more classic all-day menu that can also be eaten in the downstairs bar and the new outside dining areas.
Drinks and all day & outside dining from noon to 9.00pm
Sunday roast from noon to 4.00pm