Jericho, Oxford - pub details
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Jude The Obscure, Oxford (0.0 miles), The Rickety Press, Oxford (0.0 miles), Victoria, Oxford (0.1 miles), Harcourt Arms, Oxford (0.1 miles), Bookbinders Ale House, Oxford (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Downmarket decor with severely upmarket pricing and short measures only topped up when requested. Can only appeal to people with more money than sense or foreign tourists who don't know better. My one and only visit was one too many.|
yellowfever - 7 Oct 2014 19:16
|This place has vastly changed since I last visited when living in Jericho in 2000. Went for food last night and it is much better than the horrible Yellow Card pub it was in those days. Three ales on (Doom Bar, Brakespear Gold and a dark beer from Leeds Brewery), the latter two which went down well. Staff friendly, food fine and the selection of gigs looked good. Worth a visit if in the area rather than avoidance as I would previously have recommended|
DuchyBoy - 10 Oct 2013 09:08
|Don't recognise the poor reviews for this place at all. A laid-back pub with plenty good food and drink and a really pleasant atmosphere. Service has always been very courteous and efficient whenever we've visited. Similar to its sister establishments the Cape of Good Hope and the Royal Oak, and none the worse for it.|
el_capitano - 23 Mar 2011 17:05
|Nice, stylish venue and beers, if overpriced. Shame that the staff are often rather rude and arrogant and the food is badly cooked and frequently unavailable.|
Considering what other great pubs there are in the Jericho area, within walking distance of the JT, it's not worth coming here as I've seen people put down and insulted, as well as staff drinking behind the bar.
Better pubs in the vicinity include the Victoria (lovely ambience and staff), the Bookbinder's and the Jude (down-to-earth for Jericho). A great area to go out in, so perhaps management know they will always have bums on seats.
amee33 - 7 Nov 2009 17:56
|Good pub with fantastic musical history (before Six Continents pi$$ed on it). |
Was much better however - has gone VASTLY downhill in the last few months with, from what I can tell, a change of mgmt / staff. e.g. drinking a pint behind the bar at 2 mins past closing is not really recommended in the barmans handbook.
toaster - 2 Oct 2008 21:30
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