Whether you’re socialising with colleagues after work or looking for a place to stop before attending a gig, there is an abundance of cafés, restaurants and bars located in the area.
In recent years there has been an explosion of craft ale and micro-breweries such as The Gas Works, BrewDog Outpost and ÖL Nano, which sit alongside many traditional pubs such as The Briton’s Protection, Peveril of the Peak and The Lass O’ Gowrie, serving a wide range of real ales. If your preference is for something slightly more alternative, Oxford Road institutions The Temple, Big Hands, and Thirsty Scholar tap into the area’s musical heritage and laid back vibe.
Refuge and Fumo cater to those wishing to celebrate a more formal special occasion, whilst Milk and Honey, Greenhouse Café and The Eighth Day Café offer a great selection of vegan and vegetarian food & drink options.
Beyond special occasions and craft ale, we have Indian street food connoisseurs Mowgli & the Tiffin rooms, as well as Japanese restaurants such as Umami and Oishi-Q. And if that isn’t enough, the area also benefits from award-winning-pop-up retail, food and drink destination Hatch, bringing together over 30 independent traders.