Closed a good few weeks ago. The building is empty at the moment. We await to see who will take the building over.
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My husband and I popped in here for breakfast/brunch a couple of week's ago, although neither of us are particularly keen on children friendly places, this place is different. It's not just family / kid friendly, the entire shop and cafe is primarily for children....More
If you're touring Oxford with young kids, you'll know that it's a bit difficult to find something for them to do (unless you happen to come on a festival day). Barefoot Books is a beautiful store with tons of great books, fun activities such as...More
I fell in love with Barefoot Books about a year ago. The first impression is that you have walked into a world of fun, imagination and magic. Being that perfect combination – cafe and bookshop – there is plenty for the adults but make no...More
I travelled two hours to visit and I have to say myself and my friend had a lovely day. It was really worth the 4hr round trip.The staff were very friendly and welcoming and the atmosphere was perfect. The food was delicious. We will definitely...More
Barefoot Storytellers Cafe in Summertown was a welcome surprise on a cold and dreary day. I knew it catered for mothers and children but I was not expecting such a fresh and delicious menu. Even something as simple as boiled eggs is made extra tasty...More
Upon looking for something to do over the weekend I saw that barefoot books were advertising on the 'where can we go website' as having a face painting and craft event for the 15th Nov 14. I checked out their web page for further details...More
With two daughters (3 and 6) I was looking for something to do on a Saturday afternoon. Barefoot's website advertised that the staff would be offering face painting (charged for) and a range of child entertaining activities alongside all there normal services, lovely I thought....More
My diet goes out the window when I go in to the Barefoot cafe. The carrot cake (whether gluten free or not) is to DIE for. Yummy!