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In the suburban city of Royal Oak, one dining destination stands out from the others. Our cool tavern – inspired by those of the ‘30s – is the perfect place to meet up, eat up and drink up. The modern menu and classic bar create an eclectic experience, whether you’re joining us for weekend brunch, a business lunch, or dinner and drinks.

With its traditional feel and contemporary touches, Town Tavern offers an enjoyable experience every time. Bar plates are served with a creative twist, and there’s something to whet every whistle on our wine, beer and cocktail menus. Take a seat at our bar for happy hour or settle into a cozy booth and stay awhile. In the midst of this trendy little city, you’ll always find a warm welcome, a cold drink and a delicious meal.

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News

Our Own Chef Ryan kicks off Restaurant Week on WDIV

Town Tavern in downtown Royal Oak is an integral part of the community and actively participates in many downtown events. To kick off Royal Oak Restaurant Week, Chef Ryan from Town Tavern appeared on WDIV to talk about the restaurant’s participation in the annual event. From February 27th through March 8th, Town Tavern featured special 3-course menus for lunch and dinner. Entrée options included an Open-faced Cuban Sandwich, a Smoked Salmon Quesadilla and Surf & Turf. See the full WDIV segment here.

Roberts Restaurant Group Provides Strolling Dinner for CARE House

On Tuesday, January 27, all of the Roberts Restaurant Group restaurants came together to provide a strolling dinner for the 2015 Circle of Friends Preview Party, an annual fundraising event hosted by CARE House of Oakland County. The non-profit CARE House is a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse. Mia Farrow was the special guest for this well-attended event. Learn more about CARE House and the valuable work they do here.

Town Tavern Supports Family Days for Children with Autism

For the second year in a row, Town Tavern was honored to participate in the Family Days for Children with Autism at this year's Ford Arts, Beats & Eats.  Town Tavern provided lunches for over 400 families who were selected by the Autism Alliance of Michigan and Autism Speaks.  Families also received all-access passes to the Labor Day weekend even in downtown Royal Oak.