If you dont want an old mans real ale type pub and you are looking for more of a younger party atmosphere, here are few pubs you should try in Oxford. You can see a map showing the location of the pubs on our Oxford Pub Map by clicking the link.
All Bar One Slightly oddly decorated. Usually quiet and civilised midweek, and screamingly packed at the weekend. Take your pick. The one thing you get with this chain of bars is consistency.
Anuba Anuba is a branch of the infamous Bridge night club and serves as a taster for a night out. Fortunately, its connection to the Bridge ends there, so dont be put off the club itself if you dislike this place.
The Cape of Good Hope Upmarket but relaxed pub with decent food.
Duke of Cambridge A relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with a slightly upmarket feel. More importantly, there is a Happy Hour on weekends that last for 3 and a half hours!
Kiss Bar Kiss Bar is a smart bar that serves every flavour of vodka under the sun. Well worth the experience.
Thirst Bar Large, lively, trendy cocktail bar with constant DJ action. Surprisingly large and pleasant courtyard at rear.
Blenheim Easter Egg Challenge
(Sun 25th Mar, 2018)
Annual Easter Egg Challenge at Blenheim Palace, including face painting and family fun.
Oxford Literary Festival
(Mon 02nd Apr, 2018)
The Oxford Literary Festival offers a range of talks, discussions, debates, readings and lunches from authors and literary heroes. The main location is Christ Church college.
May Day Celebrations 6am
(Tue 01st May, 2018)
Spectators gather in their thousands to hear the choir of Magdalen College sing in the new May dawn from the top of their chapel tower.