The Duke Of Edinburgh is a pub that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of pub snacks. They also have a DJ playing a host of House and Acid Jazz music. Catering for private parties of up to 200 guests is available upon request. A beer garden is also available for use, as well as table-football and pool tables.
Venue Details & Map
The Duke of Edinburgh
204 Ferndale RoadBrixtonLondonSW9 8AG
- +44 (0)20 7326 0301
- Public transport:
- Brixton, Underground
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All Hail the Duke of Edinburgh!
Attennn-SHUN! On guard! Duff Beer at the ready - yep, they sell Duff. There's no Homer Simpson moping about his wife whilst Moe dusts off the bar and threatens cut his prank-callers a new belly button, but there's definitely the Duff. And it's bloody good stuff. Well...for a bit. Then, there's a funny after taste. Be prepared for a raging debate over whether...more
Known as Brixton's best kept secret, I am genuinely shocked by how good this place is.
I only really checked out this place because a friend recommended it to view the grand national, but it's found a place in my heart since then, forevermore!
Whilst a bit of a walk from central Brixton, the walk is worth it for this pub.
Great atmosphere, good selection of drinks, massive outdoor beer...more
I popped by to meet friends here briefly, so can't comment on food or drink. It sits hidden away on an eerily quiet Brixton street. You walk in and it's a nice enough pub, pool table, pinball, couches... but where were my friends? I saw a waitress go out back and followed here to what I assumed was going to be a beer garden and-- WHAT THE HELL!?
That was my side-swiped reaction.
This pub is the best kept secret..! Shh.....!
Once you go in it feel like you're not in Brixton at all..
Quirky decor, beautiful beer garden.
I had falling out of love with Brixton, but now i'm feeling the love....more
The Duke has a great 'secret' beer garden really makes this a destination pub in the summer (or any day when the temperature hits 15 Celsius). When I set off in discovery of the beer garden for the first time I must admit that I got slightly lost having headed out of the pub and into a slightly dark and dank alleyway. However, I was rewarded for my perseverance and emerged from the alleyway...more