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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.
Established in the year 1992 by Oxford undergraduates, Davis Roberts and George Stroup, G&D's ice-cream cafe is a tiny ice-cream parlor located in Oxford's bustling Little Clarendon street. There are a few ice-cream cafes in Oxford that serve freshly made ice-cream and G&D's is one of them. Do savor its Oxford Blue Berry favor as it comes stuffed with mouth-watering blueberries. Apart from ice-cream, the cafe also serves lip-smacking bagels.
Looking for a classic American burger? Atomic Burger is what you need. Located in the bustling neighborhood around Cowley Road, the Atomic Burger restaurant offers a delectable range of gorgeous snacks. The menu features a variety of burgers made with vegetable and chicken patties. Apart from the burgers, there is home made beef and pizzas loaded with generous toppings and carbonara sauce. So visit this delightful place and enjoy a hearty meal here. Kids and the young at heart will love the colorful, eclectic superhero and TV themed decorations everywhere.