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CLOSED 2.30pm to 4.30pm

August & September ONLY

Bar Closes 11.00pm

Temporary hours during the plague.

Our socially distanced set-up

the welcome tour

Upon arrival you’ll be greeted by one of our effervescent and charming, (sometime aged), bar attendants.

Hand sanitisers are available.

Serving staff wear face masks.

Yes, there are RULES!!!

simply,

think of others

in maintaining a social distance, then

Enter into the LONG ROOM

… there is no seating here,
it’s a metre plus
socially distanced highway

to the left is the 3-seater FRONT ROOM

past the NO SERVICE hatch
(no stopping at this favourite servery)

continue and left again,
where we have 2 x 3-seater tables
in the BAR

PLEASE REMEMBER there is
NO SERVICE AT THE BAR

into the courtyard

where we have 5 x 4-seater booths
with screens
in the courtyard

then 1 x 2 seater and 1 x 3 seater on
the Stage

Finally

there is the front ‘terrace’.
On the pavement in front
of the Rose and Crown
there are 2 x 3 cover tables
with 2 seated and 1 standing
at each table.

BUT BE WARNED

if you book the front ‘terrace’ AND IT STARTS RAINING
and the inside/courtyard seats (34) are in use

THERE IS NOWHERE TO SHELTER

and you’ll get wet.

ON THE BAR
DRAUGHT BEERS

HANDPULL 1

HANDPULL 2

BOTTLED BEERS

2SEP20: REWRITING THESE SECTIONS

Wines

Any suggestions?

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

here and near

NORTH PARADE MARKET

September 26 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

ROAST SUNDAY LUNCH returns today

October 4 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

NORTH PARADE MARKET

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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TEXT MESSAGE REMINDERS

We will send you a simple SMS text message reminder of events to your portable telephone.
We need to know your telephone number and your favoured category(ies) below.
Tell us at the bar, or
through our “CONTACT” page.

1.
      SUNDAY JAZZ NIGHTS
  2.      SATURDAY MARKETS
3.     …OTHER ‘EVENTS’
 4.      ALL THE ABOVE

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ABOUT

The story begins in 1836 and the pint-sized Rose and Crown is of interest historically, as it reflects the development of central north Oxford in the last century. The land upon which it stands, between St. Giles church and the village of Summertown, was farmland owned by St. John’s College. Speculators combined to buy up land and build houses there.

Learn more

DRINK

DRAUGHT BEERS from some of the finest British brewers
with a particular emphasis on brewers local to Oxfordshire

Real ale – 4 handpulls, keg beer – Shipyard American IPA,
lager – Cotswold 3.8 and Estrella, stout – Bristol Beer Factory Milk stout,
cider – Stowford Press and draught alcohol free Citra IPA.

REAL ALE is cask conditioned beer that tends to be less fizzy and served at 11-13°C
by a syphonic handpull or beer engine.
The cellarman oversees a secondary fermentation in the pub cellar.
It is usually ready to serve, 24 to 36 hours after delivery.
We have 4 HANDPULLS to serve real ales.
1.     Shotover SCHOLAR, ( LocAle brewery, 6.5 miles/10.4 kms)
2.     Hook Norton OLD HOOKY, (LocAle brewery, 21 miles/33.5 kms)
3.     Adnams SOUTHWOLD bitter. (Brewery in East Anglia)
4.     plus a GUEST ale. (Breweries vary usually local)

supported by the Alliance of Oxford Brewers.

Learn about real ale and the fab 4 – HOPS, BARLEY, YEAST and WATER:
“The Miracle Brew”
(click here)

KEG BEER is brewery conditioned beer usually fizzier and served at 2-8°C
through a beer font.
Generally pasteurised these beers are ready to serve upon delivery.

BOTTLED BEERS from the UK and around the world, including several Belgian wonders.

From a comprehensive WINE LIST, ALL served by the glass and the bottle, including champagne, quality assured by Le Verre de Vin preservation..

A fine selection of around 30 SINGLE MALT WHISKIES.

EAT

A selection of traditional home cooked pub food

EVERY DAY from Midday to 2.15pm (on Sunday 3pm)
and EVERY EVENING from 6-9pm.

Starters & Snacks
Main Courses
Desserts & Hot Drinks

plus Daily Specials and Seasonal Menus

A private room we call ‘the Cottage’, is available for 8 – 12 people to meet and/or eat . Booking is advised by ringing 01865 510551.

Free WiFi • All Cards

CONVENTIONS ♦ FACILITIES

To help you enjoy your visit, read on …

CHILDREN ♦ THE COTTAGE
THE COURTYARD

THE BARBECUE ♦ DINING
CATS and DOGS and PETS

READ MORE

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History of the Rose & Crown Public House

The story begins in 1863. The pint-sized Rose and Crown is of interest historically, as it reflects the development of central north Oxford in the last century. The land upon which it stands, between St. Giles church and the village of Summertown, was farmland owned by St. John’s College. Speculators combined to buy up land and build houses there.

At North Parade (the word ‘Avenue’ hadn’t been added yet), the land …..

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Contact

LICENSEES: Andrew and Debbie Hall
MD:   Adam DW Hall

14, North Parade Avenue, OXFORD, OX2 6LX. United Kingdom

Location:

51⁰ 45′ 52.9N , 1⁰ 15′ 42.1W .

Telephone: 01865 510 551 / 01865 559 820

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