This is where British pub culture meets vintage flair and amazing live music. An irresistible fusion of tasty food & drinks with personal charm awaits you at laid-back Jericho Tavern, whether you’re looking for a light lunch or gig night.
The pub is just a 5-minutes walk from inner city of Oxford, mixing urban cool interior with spacious beer garden.
Jericho Tavern is famous for hosting live gigs, focussing on Indie music and strongly supporting local acts. Radiohead had their first ever gig in here in 1986 named On a Friday. Supergrass played here in 1994 and were signed straight afterwards. A blue plaque reminds of that historical date.
It's pub time (Photo by Bachmeier / Ramsthaler)
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