About The Plough at 38
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