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  • Under the Shop, Oxford

    Muddy says: Cosy basement bar on Oxford city's George St, with an emphasis on G&Ts. Ideal for theatre goers, as it's across the road from the New Theatre.

  • Duke of Cambridge, Oxford

    Muddy says: Stylish cocktail bar in the groovy district of Jericho, Oxford. Set over two floors, expect a mix of students and well-heeled locals.

  • Pint Shop, Oxford

    Muddy says: You don't actually have to down pints to visit here (although be our guest). This is in fact a family-friendly casual restaurant slap-bang in the centre of Oxford.

  • The House, Oxford

    Muddy says: With its Philippe Starcke sofas, wood-panelled walls and retro downlighters, The House bar does style in spades, plus it offers a Games Room for private hire.

  • Dirty Bones, Oxford

    Muddy says: Relaxed New York-inspired restaurant and bar - ideal for families in the day but with a more grown-up vibe at night - with stylish Sixties' interiors and slick service.

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    The Tipsy Flamingo, Mobile

    Muddy says: Cocktails ahoy! Book this stylish, shiny mobile van and the trained Tipsy Flamingo mixologists for parties in Buckinghamshire and beyond (they'll travel anywhere for a good party apparently).

  • Dukes Wine Bar, Princes Risborough

    Muddy says: A lovely alternative to our many great pubs, Dukes offers some great wines and good local food to enjoy with friends in the snaking town centre of Princes Risborough.

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    The Feathers Hotel, Woodstock

    Muddy says: A 17th century boutique hotel in the centre of historic Woodstock with a grown-up vibe and - oh, didn't we mention this? - the biggest gin bar in the world!

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    Sandy’s Piano & Wine Bar, Oxford

    Muddy says: Delicious drinks and the music's pretty cool too - this chic new piano bar brings something a little different to central Oxford's nightlife scene.

  • TVC, Oxford

    Muddy says: The best views in central Oxford at this stylish bar, restaurant and club with stunning rooftop terrace. The type of place I'd hire for a special party.

  • Claytons Marlow, Marlow

    Muddy says: An oasis of cool soul/funk DJs and killer cocktails at this well-established bar, just off the high street in Marlow.

  • Keg Bar, Bourne End

    Muddy says: A charming addition to Bourne End, Keg is a craft beer, cider, wine and artisan gin tasting bar, with cool evening neons and lots of outdoor seating in the summer.

  • Heidrun Bar, High Wycombe

    Muddy says: Fancy a beer? Heidrun Bar in High Wycombe have 20 of 'em to work your way through. Cheers!

  • Garage Bar, Buckingham

    Muddy says: Who would've thought a former petrol station would make such a chic dining/drinking spot? We love the design credentials of this Buckingham restaurant/bar.

  • The Keep, Wallingford

    Muddy says: Keep on keeping on, The Keep - we think you're a keeper. (Too much?!) This Wallingford bar is our top spot for a impeccably-made G&T.

  • Café Tarifa, Oxford

    Muddy says: This buzzy Oxford bar/restaurant brings a little slice of sunny Spain to Cowley Road with its tapas and cocktails.

  • Kazbar, Oxford

    Muddy says: Superb cocktails, tasty tapas, a buzzy scene and colourful Moroccan interiors - yep, Muddy is totally in love with Cowley Road's Kazbar.

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    Café Coco, Oxford

    Muddy says: This Cowley Road institution is a locals' favourite thanks to its buzzy bar and excellent all-day dining menu.

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    The Dog & Badger, Medmenham

    Muddy says: A slice of Soho style in a rural spot between Marlow and Henley, this restaurant with rooms is glitzy, grown-up and glamorous.

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