The Duke of Edinburgh London is a capital for nightlife, with some of the amazing pubs and bar with BBQ pit clustered around the city. To narrow down the endless options, we’ve selected The Duke of Edinburgh, a pub tucked away between Brixton and Clapham North. It’s a sports theme pub to slake your thirst with fantastic and lively atmosphere and a fine range of ale and cask beer on rotation.
It’s a place where you can drink, eat, cheer your favourite teams, socializing with other fans or may relax while watching big matches/events on Sky Sports and BT Sport including all the major Premier League & Champions League with an unobstructed view of one or more televisions. The top quality sound equipment makes experience livelier. It boasts one of the biggest beer gardens in the south of London with plenty of seating and a BBQ and a large bar.
The open green garden, wooden walls with intricate tile work, marble tables, vintage sofas and a functioning fireplace makes this pub awesome. The centrepiece is brilliantly designed bar, where vest-clad barkeeps stir and shake throwback potions, handily defined in the novel-like menu. The bartenders are attired very smartly and deadly serious about the drinks at this pub. The modest-sized menu consists of great quality dishes which are good value for money. Food is prepared with top-quality ingredients.
It is open for the walk-in customer as the reservation is limited to a small section of the garden. However on weekends, same day bookings are not allowed and follow a rule of first come first serve basis for sporting events. It’s quite handy for pre-gig drinks and dinner. In summary, then, all good things you’d expect from a pub.
The pub is popular because it is centrally located, easy access to the train station, hospital, market and other attractions of Brixton, London.