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OXFORD TOWN HALL CAFÉ NOW OPEN

A NEW RETREAT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY

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Leading local caterers Elegant Cuisine have reopened the Oxford Town Hall Café in the newly renovated space in the Town Hall.

The café has a range of beverages, sandwiches & baguettes, cakes and snacks all made fresh in-house on a daily basis incorporating the use of seasonal ingredients supplied by local farmers and producers available to have in or takeaway.

David Hunt, Oxford Town Hall’s Commercial Manager said;

“It is great to see the café open and seeing customers enjoy the food and drink in there once again. The new café and offer provided by Elegant Cuisine is an excellent addition to the Town Hall and Museum.”

Bayley Eyley, Director at Elegant Cuisine said;

“As a team we are really excited to be reopening the Oxford Town Hall Cafe. Over the coming months we wish to develop the space to offer something for everyone. It is a great opportunity to showcase as many local food producers as possible and give everyone a place to relax with a coffee in the heart of the Town Hall. ”

The Oxford Town Hall Café is proud to be a community venue welcoming everyone to the centre of Oxford.

It is a great space to meet for any occasion, from a casual lunch with friends or family to a relaxed meeting space for those that work in and around the city centre.

After a long period of closure, Oxford Town Hall and Elegant Cuisine are excited to welcome back customers to the Café and look forward to meeting you – we promise you will not be disappointed!

Find out more about the Oxford Town Hall Café on their website here.

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