Nominate Your Royal Oak Favorites for a Patch Readers’ Choice Award

We want you to tell us about the best places and businesses in Royal Oak.

Patch is on a mission to compile the best of Royal Oak, and we need your help.

All summer, we'll run a contest where you can nominate and vote for your favorite places and businesses in town.

Tell us where you love to shop, eat, and which services you can’t live without. WE WANT TO KNOW, and so do your neighbors!

Click on the following links to nominate your favorites by July 9. Please see the attached document for officials rules.

Don’t forget to tell your friends on Facebook, Twitter and email!

Food & drink



Health & Beauty



P.S.: Sign up for the Royal Oak Patch email newsletter to find out when voting starts so you can support your favorite business in the Readers' Choice contest.

Jacqueline Tangerine July 01, 2012 at 02:07 AM
Next time around you should have tea house in addition to coffee house; Not everyone likes coffee (shocking, I know).
Anna Saylor July 03, 2012 at 12:08 PM
Can you add Best Chiropractor's to your health section next time?
Sherri Yezbick-Taylor July 08, 2012 at 10:55 PM
Next time add "Best Cat Sitter," -- and I will nominate Auntie Rin's Cat Sitting!!
Ann Walsh Quinn August 17, 2012 at 06:55 PM
Peabody's Best Restaurant Treat you like family...in the best possible way!
Ronald Wolf August 20, 2012 at 12:31 AM
One of the newest and best Fellini's Pizzeria on Washington, Woodfired Neopolitan licensed pizzeria with imported fresh from the mountain ingredients and 00 Caputo flour pushes these delicious pies over the top. NO canned pre sliced olives. or anything else canned found here. Reasonable too! Closed Monday though/


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