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Based in a Victorian factory building, where the famous Frank Cooper's Oxford Marmalade was made, this lively restaurant, bar and art gallery opened in 2006. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, the space open, the food and service excellent. Promotions include a happy hour, half-price wine, special offers on food and drink, and discounted world beers as well. On the cultural side there are exhibitions, art classes, discussion groups, and a theatrical rehearsal space. The Jam Factory is just around the corner from Oxford Railway Station, and a short walk from the town center. Well worth a visit.
Raoul's Bar is an old favorite on Walton Street. It sells the strongest and tastiest cocktails you could want, at very good prices. The music is loud, but once you're cozily ensconced in a nook, you won't mind the lively, busy ambiance almost seems to demand the volume. While in some ways quite trendy, Raoul's is not at all intimidating as its decor gives it a mawkish charm.
A bar needs a comfy ambiance with good music and drinks served at great prices. and they are all available at Thirst. Moreover, this bar has a friendly staff yet they are professional with their service. They have DJ nights too, which are enjoyed by a lot of people coming in here. It's simply a fun place, where one can have a great time.
Angels is a favorite hang-out for the young at heart. This bar has a relaxing ambiance with a scarlet decor and comfortable seating. Known mainly for its mojitos, this bar serves a number of exotic cocktails at great prices. Moreover, the staff here is quite friendly, while the music keeps this place lively. A nice and comfortable place which will make you come back for more.