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Relocated Campus Favorite Dog & Duck Pub Opens Next Week

Another institution brought back to life.

The Dog & Duck Pub's original sign.
The Dog & Duck Pub's original sign.
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Popular campus favorite Dog & Duck Pub’s move to East Austin is almost complete and the institution will reopen next week, co-owner Jeff McKillop told Austin 360. Originally, the team planned on renovating the existing building at the new address on Webberville, but decided to tear it down and start with a fresh new building.

Old regulars will find familiar details at the Dog & Duck Pub's new home. The wooden floors from West 17th Street were reused in the walls, and the detailed tin ceiling and fireplace were transferred over. The iconic dog and duck statue is back, too and the original bar will be serve as a "drinks stand."

The updated menu will focus more on traditional British fare and add breakfast to the mix, too. Favorite dishes like the fish and chips and scotch eggs will return. On tap, there will be 33 different beers, both local and international. Hours will be from 7 a.m. to midnight every day.

Dog & Duck shuttered almost a year ago on Halloween, and made immediate plans to reopen in a new location somewhere in East Austin.

Dog & Duck Pub

2400 Webberville Rd, Austin, TX 78702, USA