Jericho Tavern

56 Walton Street, Jericho
Oxford Jericho, Oxfordshire England OX2 6AE
bar  2 reviews
Monday-Friday: 12:00-24:00 Saturday: 11:00-24:00 Sunday: 12:00-24:00


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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 6/10
  • SELECTION 7/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 5/10
  • OVERALL 13/20
FatPhil  (621) Tallinn, Estonia | March 23, 2017
Nice boozer, very open in front of the bar, and spacious tables to the sides. Has an old-fashioned feel to it. Slightly sterile and echoey on a quiet sunday afternoon, but I’m sure it throbs at busier times. At least the music here was to my tastes. Only 2 hand pulls, but 12 kegs, and a bunch of cans/bottles to keep the youngsters satisfied. The real ales not being ticks, I grabbed a quick craft brewery tick, and continued my crawl looking for more hand pulls. Staff were pretty decent, friendly, and knew what they were selling. Prices for craft beers were a bit crafty. If doing Jericho, this is a must, and it’s probably worthy of going out of your way for if you’re doing the whole of Oxford too. I’ve been told the curry house opposite is one of the best in town, that’s a pretty handy feature for a pub. Alas, it was closed that early when we were there.
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 9/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 7/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
Fin  (1144) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | May 18, 2014
We tend to get to The Jericho 4-5 times a year, primarily for the music which is hosted upstairs. Our most recent visit on Wednesday 14th May 2014 with John (work colleague) saw us go to see Ezra Furman (great gig) however amongst the usual none too exciting beer range was spotted Tiny Rebel, Beavertown and Siren all in bottle and at £4.25 - £4.75 for the likes of 8 Ball, Undercurrent etc not too badly priced. The Jericho is situated in North Oxford an 8-10 minute walk from the centre I guess, you will find it just beyond the Jude the Obscure and virtually next door to the independant cinema. It is quite roomy inside, the bar is directly in front if you and the pub opens out to the left where more people tend to sit whilst eating though you can just sit at one of these places to drink also. We went out into the back garden, which you acess by walking to the left of the bar turn right when past and you’ll see the door ahead near the stairs. I was surprised at the amount of seating out here and despite being all hard standing it was very pleasant sat out here. A new manager whom we chatted to for a while seemed very keen on the fledgling bottled range. A great music venue getting better on the beer front.

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