Two beautiful patios, three distinct bar areas across three floors, plus all the people-powered energy of our downtown locations. There's good reason the Duke of York has been keeping the good times going for more than 30 years. Add to that our huge selection of wine, beer and spirits, and our ample menu of classic pub fare, and you've just found your perfect pub.
Decent pub grub and a great place to go if it's not too crowded. Ordered the chicken curry and my fellow diner ordered the Moroccan stew. I wasn't expecting much from the chicken curry and was pleasantly surprised. The curry was very flavorful with a hint of coconut and had decent sized chicken breast pieces. It came with a side of basmati rice and naan. The naan was dry and could have been... more
If it weren't for this pub, I wouldn't have found my new favorite beer...Barking Squirrel!!
Bangers and Mash and the fish & chips were perfect!
Food & Drinks: the usual pub fare is interesting & reasonably priced. Their nacho sticks are unique. Vegetarian selection is limited but tasty. The Moroccan vegetable stew was bland but flavorful & the quinoa-kale salad was good too.
I did not see any vegan beer on the menu - they should introduce some or mention animal product- free, beer.
Service: Friendly & welcoming.
Decor: Traditional with... more
This three-storey, converted red-brick house features time-tested menu items including shepherd's pie, beer-battered haddock, and bangers and mash. Lunch, dinner, late-night daily. Weekend brunch. Casual. Entrees: $9.95-$15.99. AE, MC, V.
Secluded, heated and airy, the garden patio is situated in the back of this Yorkville-based Duke with flowers galore. The roofless spread allows patrons to soak up the sun. The patio holds its own, accommodating 125 people.
The Duke of York on Prince Arthur Avenue is the home of Toronto ’s first Victorian pub. Located just behind Bloor Street, the Duke of York is only steps away from Yorkville... more