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We are a small local community pub with a friendly atmosphere with a range of cask ales, ciders and lagers. We host live music night on a Friday and Saturday night. Sunday afternoons in the summer (weather permitting) we have a band outside in our pergola. Wednesdays host our regular open mic and jam nights so why not bring yourself down and show us your talent. Ask behind bar or see our Facebook page for upcoming events and times.
We have 1 large plasma screen TV and 3 smaller TVs which we have BT Sports on. We have a range of bar Snacks available including Crisps, crusty cobs, pork pie, nuts and scratching's.
We serve real ales from the Marstons portfolio ,We have a small selection of wine available by the glass or the bottle. Draught Beers include Banks's Bitter, Mild, Guest beers, Ciders and continental lagers.
The Royal Oak is a good community pub with friendly staff on hand and disabled access throughout the premises, this pub is easy accessible for all.
Situated on the pubs grounds, there is a excellent patio and smoking area available, which can accommodate all smoking customers. Complete with a spacious car park, all customers can be assured their car is left in safe hands.
Since covid we have added a large covered area outside and also a outside fully stocked bar which can serve up to 130 people comfortably
The Royal Oak is a community pub with a friendly atmosphere. We serve real ales from the Marston’s portfolio which have been recognised for quality by Camra and Marston’s themselves.
Under normal circumstances we are also a music venue, hosting live music four out of seven days per week. These events include open mic nights, local bands, and individual artists playing live in our large outside area. Every year we host our own music festival (Oak Fest) and we participate in a community-wide junction festival, which is a music and arts weekend in and around the west of Wolverhampton. We also host a bike festival twice a year with up to 300 bikes on show in our car park. And between those big festivals and events, we also host a variety of craft fayres, winter markets and cider festivals.
We are the reigning Marston’s Venture Pub of the Year as well as the Entertainment Pub of the Year. Our pub has been in the Camra Good Beer Guide for the last ten years and Emma was crowned the Camra Mild Merit Champion. Being from the Black Country, mild is part of the staple diet of the common man – so Emma’s award is a very high accolade! The Royal Oak also won the Regional Pub of the Year 2012 and we have been nominated twice for the Black Country Music Pub of the Year.
What makes us unique:
What makes us unique is that we are always learning, growing, and adapting – listening to our customers and community base in terms of what they need and want. We are not just a traditional real ale boozer. We are a community-designed music venue that provides a welcoming environment for all. And when the Wolverhampton Wanderers play at home, we become an extension of the Molineux giving fans a place to revel in the game and enjoy a pint.
Who you believe your customers are:
Our customers are the rich, the poor…the young, the old…the gay, the straight. They are whoever needs the Oak. We do not discriminate. Full stop. The Oak is a place where anyone can walk in, on their own, and in minutes make a new friend. They can sit in peace, chat with friends or enjoy the music in our outdoor beer garden.
Our customers are important to us and we ask them for their input on new ideas for the pub. We always listen to them and take on board what they want. We try to implement as many of their ideas as we can to improve their Oak experience.
As a community pub, we actively seek opportunities to be involved in the community outside of the pub. We sponsor a local hockey club and are beginning a journey with a local football team who lost their sponsorship due to Covid. This journey is the beginning of a future academy, with plans for junior and kid’s teams in the future. We also believe in giving back through charity work. We raise over £15,000 in the past few years for various charities (such as the Midland Freewheelers Blood Bikers)