A TRADITIONAL PUBLIC HOUSE
IN THE HEART OF CENTRAL OXFORD
14 NORTH PARADE AVENUE
No entry after 11pm
Bar closes midnight
here and near
TEXT MESSAGE REMINDERS
We will send you a simple SMS text message reminder of EVENTS to your portable telephone
1. JAZZ 2. Saturday MARKETS 3. NEWS (to include any offers or promotions) 4. ALL categories
Tell us your telephone number and your favoured category(s) ( 1,2,3 or 4) in person or in a message through our “CONTACT” page.
USE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Be assured that the personal information collected is only used by us for text message reminders.
We will not share your information with anyone.
Learn about real ale – HOPS, BARLEY, YEAST and WATER –
“The Miracle Brew” (click here)
Real ales from some of the finest British brewers
with a particular emphasis on brewers local to Oxfordshire.
Shotover SCHOLAR, Hook Norton OLD HOOKY,
Adnams SOUTHWOLD, every day, plus a GUEST ale.
… supported by the Alliance of Oxford Brewers.
A fine selection of Single Malt Whiskies. Wines of the world, available by the bottle or in the glass, using the Verre de Vin system.
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
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 • Credit Cards • ATM
CONVENTIONS ♦ FACILITIES
To help you enjoy your visit, read on …
CHILDREN ♦ THE COTTAGE ♦ THE COURTYARD
THE BARBECUE ♦ DINING ♦ ATM ♦ DOGS CATS and PETS
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History of the Rose & Crown Public House
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 …..