Visit Us

We'd love to see you in our shop. You'll find us at

98 Cowley Road
Oxford
OX4 1JE


Opening hours

Mon-Tue: Closed
Wed-Fri: 2pm - 7pm
Sat: 12pm - 7pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm 


January/February 2021 lockdown update:

The store remains open for takeaway beers. Please continue to follow the guidance by wearing a mask, using the hand sanitizier provided and keeping your distance from others.

We offer a click and collect service on all products including records and clothing, and would encourage customers to use this wherever possible.

Free local delivery (on orders over £30 - a £5 charge applies for anything under) is available. We deliver to OX1, OX2, OX3, OX4, OX5 and OX14 every Wed, Fri and Sat. Please place orders by 5pm on the day of delivery and we'll have everything to you by 8pm. If you live in a different Oxfordshire postcode, feel free to get in touch and we'll do our best to deliver to you.

A UK delivery service is also available on all products via Royal Mail and APC.

 

How to get there

Walking is the best bet and we're surrounded by awesome independent pubs, coffee shops, restaurants and other shops, so why not come for a potter about the area?

Cycling is the name of the game in Oxford and we have secure bike racks conveniently right outside the shop.

Bus is also super easy. The 1, 5, 10, 12 and many more run from St Aldate's in Oxford city centre up Cowley Road, stopping right outside the shop. Some run from the train station and many more run up the adjacent St Clements and Iffley Road, so no shortage of options. If coming from further afield, the Oxford Tube from London stops right around the corner.

Car is also an option but parking around East Oxford can be tricky so best to avoid driving where possible. If you do come in this way, there's a handful of free 2 - 3 hour spots around us on Stockmore St and Jeune St (free all day on Sunday), as well as paid parking behind Tesco, just down the road.

 

While you're here

Why not check out some of our awesome neighbours while you're in the area? We recommend: