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Interesting little spot with regular crowd. Lots of cyclists visit the D&D apparently (or we were there on a race Sunday?) Lots of good beer on tap, greasy pub food, games all around to keep you busy.
Worth a visit near the southwest corner of...More
This is a reincarnation of the formerly cool pub on 17th street. They brought the wall of taps, the old pressed tin ceiling, and some of the original sloped wood flooring. With all this, they still fall well short of my expectations. It was an...More
I've been quite amazed and so impressed by the adoption of fish and chips in the US. What was basically a working class take-out has been taken to very high levels in the US (as well as the UK). But not at the Dog and...More
The new Dog and Duck is an anemic version of its former self. The space is smaller and lacks the patina of the old location. The atmosphere is dull and middle of the road. The night we visited, there was bad music being played too...More
Great selection of beers and friendly service. The menu is mostly fried food with a British leaning.
The outdoor dining was unattractive.
Nothing was bad here but we have eaten at so many awesome places in Austin, this wasn't one of them.
The new location is open on Webberville Rd just north of E 7th in East Austin. Dog & Duck is nothing but reliable. Lot of beer on tap and friendly service. Fish and chips were really good. Crispy on the outside and tender on the...More