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Very friendly and good beer and food. What more can you want from a local? Congratulations to Jeff, Jacquie and the staff.
DEnright - 20 Mar 2014 01:24
I count myself very fortunate to have the Griffin as my local. A friendly family-run community pub, with a good mix of clientele, decent selection of beers and good traditional grub at reasonable prices. A nice garden in the summer and an open fire in the winter. Always something going on in the evenings, with a thriving games leagues (pool, darts, aunt sally). and sports on the tv. A great place to come whatever you're looking for - be it a quiet pint, watching the footie, Sunday lunch, or an evening out with friends. A solid all-rounder.

Oxfordian - 14 Apr 2011 02:58
A really nice pub. We had the Sunday lunch, I don't normally bother because I don't eat vegetables but the very friendly landlord swapped the veggies for 2 lots of meat (beef & pork) and extra spuds, lovely. The homemade apple pie & custard finished it off a treat. I washed this down with a few pints of very well kept 6X. As we only went there to watch the football this pub surprised us, highly recommended.
Nigethebeer - 20 Sep 2010 11:55
In my opinion The Griffin is the best pub in Witney. Great food, real ales and a lovely atmosphere.
fussydog - 17 Jun 2010 11:19
Went here yesterday for a Sunday roast and a pint. Although there was only a choice of Beef and Lamb, I had the lamb and it was delicious. The pub prides themselves on their real mash (not Smash) and rightly so. Also had a nice pint of St. George and the Dragon. Extremely friendly landlord.
jraclarke - 10 May 2010 13:00
This pub has character and an interesting selection of Wadworth beers. The pub can be slightly intimidating initially, although I have never been made to feel unwelcome.

It is worth a look and ideal for a quiet drink.
routemaster - 1 Nov 2006 21:43

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