Oxford is full of amazing places for brunch.

Whether you’re a fan of buttermilk pancakes or avocado toast, there is something for everyone in the city.

Here are a few recommendations for brunch in Oxford.

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Oxford Brunch Bar


The Oxford Brunch Bar can be found at 19 George Street in the city centre.

It is an independent restaurant that serves a big all-day breakfast and brunch menu.

The extensive options mean that there will always be something for everyone.

They claim to be Oxford’s first independent brunch bar.

George Street Social


As the name suggests the George Street Social is located on George Street.

The restaurant offers a popular bottomless brunch every weekend between 11am and 4pm.

With a two-hour time slot you can enjoy an endless amount of Bloody Mary’s or Prosecco.

The atmosphere is a cool, almost industrial experience.

According to their website: “George Street Social is on a mission to offer fantastic food, drinks and hospitality to the good people of Oxford!”

Vaults and Garden


Vaults and Garden at 1 Radcliffe Square offers a fantastic selection of breakfast and brunch options.

The restaurant was established by William Pouget with the aim of creating a socially positive café.

In 2018, Vaults and Garden was rated in the top three cafes in Oxford.

The café has a fantastic view and also serves a selection of vegan and vegetarian options.  

The Breakfast Club


The Breakfast Club can be found on top of the Westgate Centre in the city centre.

It serves a weekend all-day brunch menu from opening until 5pm.

The Breakfast Club offers an American-style brunch with big stacks of pancakes on the menu.

The Jericho Café


The Jericho Café can be found on Walton Street.

It is a local, independent café that is family run.

The Jericho Café is open from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday and on Sundays from 9am to 5pm.

On their website they described themselves as “an independent, Anglo-French family-run business, proud to be serving the community of Jericho from the heart of Jericho.”

Their menu is influenced by cuisines from France, Turkey and North Africa, as well as more traditional English options.