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Address: 74, Hopper's Rd, Winchmore Hill, London, N21 3LH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7980) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchmore Hill (0.6 miles), Palmers Green (0.7 miles), Grange Park (1.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.9/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Whole Hog, Palmers Green (0.3 miles), Orange Tree, Winchmore Hill (0.4 miles), Fox Public House, Palmers Green (0.4 miles), Salisbury Arms, Winchmore Hill (0.5 miles), Queens Head, Winchmore Hill (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Dog and Duck, Winchmore Hill

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First pub of the day and my first every visit to Winchmore Hill. This pub is located in a side street. There was some decorating work in progress on our visit. But they were happy to let us in just before midday on Saturday. The single bar seemed nice. But we were tempted by the rear garden. Ales were fairly standard - Greene King IPA, Youngs Bitter & Timothy Taylor Landlord. Looks like they normally have Pride. But this was off on this occasion. I went for the Stowford Press. My fellow drinker enjoyed his Landlord. One other drinker had arrived by the time we left. Ok. But would be nice to have a different ale on.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 13:47
3rd pub to tick and after a short walk down Green Lanes & along Woodbury Avenue I'm at the Dog and Duck.

This Irish owned pub appears in both the 2014 and 2105 GBG's.

Small one bar pub with an emphasise on sport as one side of the bar is adorned with various trophies. I didn't take a closer look so I cannot comment on what they are for. Lots of golf pictures on the wall and posters advertising sport on television.

4 pumps serving GK IPA, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Fullers London Pride and Young's Bitter. My drop of Landlord was very good.

Walled beer garden and smoking area to the rear.

Another very nice old fashioned pub that appears to serve the local community well and another tick for me.

lezford - 29 Dec 2014 16:23
Superbly looked-after ales (Timmy Taylor) and of course Guinness. Old school Irish boozer - no food and no women and no discernable closing time.
FranklyspeakingMarc - 25 Jul 2011 22:45
one of those pubs I always forget about due to not living locally, but looks good and might combine with a visit to the Orange Tree which isn't too far away one of these days. Both pubs look to be in good order with decent beers.
mally_drinker - 29 Dec 2010 13:31
The Dog & duck is one of those increasingly rare things these days, a locals pub, a friendly pub, a traditional pub all combined within a London suburban environment. Its as close as you are likely to get to being in a country pub in a city. Better still you get a devoted manager who takes not only his job seriously but links it to sustaining the immeasurable value that atmosphere has to the pubs success. Small pubs like this are usually the first to be considered unsustainable but you see here how the right approach and friendly dedicated staff who rarely seem to change can bet the odds and show the way for others. The beer is always good, the screens, even when showing various sports not too obtrusive, the garden a delight on a summer's afternoon and a wonderful round of sandwiches on a Saturday just adds the cherry to a great pub experience. There is nothing quite like it in the area.
spyinthesky - 11 Nov 2009 13:48

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