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The Falcon, Thame, Oxfordshire

1 Thame Park Road
Thame
Oxfordshire
OX9 3JA

 

Tel: 01844 212 118
Email:
Web: www.hooknortonbrewery.co.uk

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Closed
12pm - 11pm
12pm - 11pm
12pm - 11pm
12pm - 11pm
12pm - 11pm
12pm - 10.30pm






Function Room Beer Garden
Bar Snacks Restaurant
Live Music Disabled Access
Darts

Entertainment

Live Music Live music events are held occasionally throughout the year usually two to three times a year, so be sure to ask a memeber of staff for more details.
Juke Box Yes
Darts Yes
No of TVs 1 - 1 big screen

Food and Drink

Bar Snacks Various bar snacks are available from behind the bar including crisps, nuts and many more.
Restaurant A small restaurant is available seating up to 20 guests, also food can be served throughout the bar area. A range of bar food is served Tues-Fri 12pm till 2pm along with a Sunday lunch being served 12pm till 3pm. All food is freshly prepared on the premis
Function Room A large function room is available for all occasions it can cater for up to 60 guests (max).
Real Ales Four real ales are available including Hooky Bitter plus one other seasonal Hooky Beer along with two guest ales.
Wine Selection An extensive wine list is available serving a delicious selection of wines including red, white and rose.
Draught Beers Too many beers to mention with the exception of the Hooky Bitter, which change on a 3-4 week basis.

Description


The Falcon is a traditional market town pub, situated to the southern end of the town of Thame. It fronts the main road towards Postcombe, in a commanding roadside location. Constructed of red brick under a tiled roof, the pub is an attractive building.

A friendship of 20 years has helped form the business relationship between Paula Dimmock and Chrissie Harris the licensees at the Falcon, in Thame Park Road, Thame. The couple were looking for a business to run together and were unsure what to do - but Chrissie\\\'s husband Jonathan solved the problem. He told the pair that he had found the perfect business for them - their local pub.

The pub is small and intimate and the ideal place for people to pop in for a coffee mid-morning, and at the end of the day there is nowhere better in Thame for a relaxing pint of Hooky beer.

Or if your are working in the nearby industrial estate it is a great place to buy lunch either to eat in or take away. \\\"This place has a lot of potential to be a proper local pub,\\\" said Paula, €œwe want to start a football team, there will be regular quiz nights and the bonus ball competition has returned.\\\"

 

Please mention the 'Official Pub Guide' when visiting this pub.