The Sir Robert Peel in Bell Lane, Bloxwich has transformed three internal rooms into one large open plan area, boasting eight television screens.
The Enterprise pub which is under the management of regional brewer Davenports is Davenports' second Enterprise pub after it took over the Old Cross, Oldbury.
Marketing director Simon Key said: "We're an expanding regional brewery with a rich heritage dating back to 1829 and we're keen to re-establish our name in the area.
"Although we already run one Enterprise site, this is the first pub we've worked on closely together and early signs show it's popular with the local community.
"Our vision was to create a pub that champions quality beer and provides a place where locals can come and enjoy a pint and some no-nonsense food in a relaxed environment."
The Bloxwich pub was visited by Walsall North MP David Winnick recently who gave it his seal of approval.
And The Sir Robert Peel has now revealed it is looking at introducing a carvery over the coming months.
Enterprise regional manager Richard Skinner said: "Davenports speaks volumes in the local area, it's a household name with a rich heritage and we're delighted to help it grow its portfolio.
"Davenports has an in-depth knowledge of the surrounding area and our main focus when we started this project was create a pub that the people will love.
"The locals have been very receptive of the new-look pub and with initiatives such as live music every weekend and the introduction of a carvery, I expect it to continue thriving over years to come."