Welcome to the Duke of Gloucester a little piece of England in Toronto
Favorite haunt. I love the juke box it plays really old rock and punk classics. I love the vibe too its a dark dingy bar that has ok pub food but great people
We found this place randomly while walking back to the hotel. We went upstairs and were amazed at the atmosphere and the location. The outdoor patio is definitely a hidden gem. It gave our group a great place to relax and have a few drinks. The bartender was very nice, she came to check on us, and treated us well.
Let me start off by saying that I am writing this review as an Englishman who appreciates a decent pub with a good atmosphere, basic service and tv's to show the football.
I visited the Duke of Gloucester for the first time last week after being told to do so by some Canadian friends. They told me it was a... more
2nd-floor pub with many beers & hearty pub grub, plus lots of footy on TV, from MLS to Premiership.
With high backed, plush red couches, burgundy wallpaper, pool tables, dartboards, soccer on the "telly" and types of draft beer, there's no mistaking the authenticity of this pub at the Yonge-Bloor cross downtown. There is live music every Saturday night and a weekly dart league for those whose aim is true. The traditional British cuisine is augmented with some creative Euro-twists. Tandoori... more