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Welcome to The Oak

A recreational social club dedicated to self-made captains of industry and like-minded individuals. Unapologetic, masculine, opulent and no attention to detail spared. Our clubhouse is designed to be a retreat and a reward to those who have achieved success. Enjoy our selection of premium cigars, rare small batch bourbon, cask strength scotch, artisan mezcal, and old world wine.

Premium membership includes personalized lockers to store and age cigars in the climate controlled humidor. In addition we offer individual lockers behind the bar to house allocated bottles purchased in-house . We also stock a variety of smoking accoutrement and a selection of accessories geared toward men, a Haberdashery of sorts.

Perched above South Main Street under the shade of our giant hallmark Oak is the expansive outdoor deck offering a mix of lounge and table seating, it's a great space to soak in the weather or occasional live band. Just inside off the deck is the Main Lounge and adjacent bar designed for members to relax, converse, and catch up with others. The aft room is our "Hemingway Library" and it pays homage to the iceberg theorist. Here you can enjoy rare literary works of art and period pieces synonymous to the novelist and other heavyweights of the era.   

We have variety of activities to keep us entertained: A competition pool table, games of skill and chance, and for audiophiles, a Hi-fi experience of warm tube amplification and analog sounds pressed on vinyl.

 

If conducting business is a must reserve our private space complete with video conferencing capabilities.

Our knowledgeable team strives to provide members an unrivaled level of service and the best experience, either at home, in the clubhouse, or offsite at one of our invite-only signature events. Oh, and we also happen to pour some pretty classic cocktails and offer a selection of cigars that are anything but ordinary. 

Consider The Oak a reward of your achievement. 

                                                                                                      - The Oak of Boerne

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