FREVD is located at Walton St, Oxford OX2 6AH, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with FREVD and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Emily Buehler

3 Google Rating

The venue is interesting and they play good music. But it suffers from not being very clean (toilets

3/ 5

The venue is interesting and they play good music. But it suffers from not being very clean (toilets are awful and all tables were sticky and wobbly). Also I had a cocktail and it was sickeningly sweet, couldn't get it down. Others may be better, but I suggest sticking with beer that is on offer.

richard Michael

5 Google Rating

So glad I walked in. Good vibe place. Friendly staff. Chilled out music.

5/ 5

So glad I walked in. Good vibe place. Friendly staff. Chilled out music.

E Owen

4 Google Rating

I like the indoors - the fact that is a stone church is a unique experience. However the staff servi

4/ 5

I like the indoors - the fact that is a stone church is a unique experience. However the staff service and bar area could be improved. Not bad but not great either.

Nico Conde

2 Google Rating

The bar it's BEAUTIFUL. But I've never experienced a more unreliable bar. I tried to go on 5 differe

2/ 5

The bar it's BEAUTIFUL. But I've never experienced a more unreliable bar. I tried to go on 5 different occasions, at different times and days, never managed to have s drink. Closed, having private functions or deciding to stop serving earlier, it never matches with its Google opening hours. It's a shame, but we won't keep trying after 4 weeks of this.

Catherine

5 Google Rating

Amazing space! Nice selection of drinks

5/ 5

Amazing space! Nice selection of drinks

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  • Tuesday04:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday04:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • Friday04:00 PM - 12:00 AM
  • Saturday04:00 PM - 02:00 AM

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