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Monday March 25 2019


Oxford pub sports a new look following six-figure investment


The White Horse Hungry Horse in Oxford threw its doors open this week and kicked off its new offering in style, showcasing the pubs brand-new look following a six-figure makeover.



Oxford pub sports a new look following six-figure investment

The popular venue has been significantly refurbished throughout and boasts an impressive bar area, together with improved viewing facilities to host the latest sporting events.

 

The revamped venue on London Road reopened on Wednesday 13 March when the celebrations began and continued throughout the weekend, with a disco on Thursday 14 March. The White Horse Hungry Horse team welcomed the Lord Mayor of Oxford, Councillor Colin Cook, to try out the new facilities.

 

The place to be for big games, the White Horse Hungry Horse is equipped with SKY, allowing sports fans to watch their heroes on multiple screens with high quality sound throughout the venue.

 

The bar area has also been enhanced with the addition of contemporary tiling and an improved drinks range, with additional cask ales now available, as well as great existing drink offers such as two bottles for £5 and selected drinks for as little as £2.49 every day. Guests can also enjoy their drinks in the extended beer garden which features additional seating and new outdoor lighting.

 

In addition to an extensive drinks collection, the new-look pub will continue to offer a range of great value food and special deals for locals to enjoy throughout the week – including two meals for £8.49* Monday to Friday, curry and a drink for £5.50 on Wednesdays, plus add a drink to any burger or selected grill for £1 Monday-Friday.

 

Peter Soulsby-Lee, co-general manager at the White Horse Hungry Horse said: “We’ve had a fantastic time celebrating the reopening and our Oxford neighbours really came out to support us. Our guests are at the heart of what we do, so it was great to be able to mark the reopening with the local community’’.

 

Ian Soulsby-Lee, co-general manager at the White Horse Hungry Horse said: “It was a pleasure to welcome the Lord Mayor of Oxford, Councillor Colin Cook, to enjoy the new offering, too – they really helped to kick off the festivities. We’ve already had great feedback on the revamped bar and the sports viewing areas, with many guests planning their next visit around the upcoming matches.

 

“The team and I can’t wait to welcome new and returning visitors to the White Horse Hungry Horse very soon!”

 

White Horse, 1 London Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7SP

01865 76244

www.hungryhorse.co.uk/pubs/oxfordshire/white-horse/

 

For the latest news, events and offers please visit the White Horse Hungry Horse Facebook page: www.facebook.com/whitehorse.headington



"It was a pleasure to welcome the Lord Mayor of Oxford, Councillor Colin Cook, to enjoy the new offering, too "
Ian Soulsby-Lee, co-general manager








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