Oxford’s The Royal Oak on Woodstock Road has officially reopened this week with an exciting new look following an extensive four-week refurbishment.
The historic 1700s Oxford pub has been given a facelift with a new colour scheme, soft furnishings, an outdoor dining area, new bar layout and a host of quirky new features.
A public house since 1750, The Royal Oak has refreshed scholars and townsfolk alike for many generations, and was fondly known as the ‘Doctor’s Lounge’ during the many years that the Radcliffe Infirmary stood opposite.
The Grade II listed building’s original exposed beams and brickwork, traditional wood panelling, now blends its period features with these new contemporary touches.
The refurb also extends to the food and drink offering, with a food menu which includes a bottomless brunch every Saturday.
General manager Robyn Cuthell, said: “It is exciting to see the changes that have been made, but that the unique character of the pub is still the same!
“The team and I are really looking forward to welcoming both new and familiar faces over the next couple of weeks, and we hope they love the updates as much as we do!”
For more info go to https://www.theroyaloakoxford.co.uk/#/