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Campus Institution Dog & Duck Pub Will Reopen in East Austin

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Dog & Duck Pub under construction
Dog & Duck Pub under construction
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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.

After shutting down last October, the adored Dog & Duck Pub will reopen on Webberville Road sometime this summer, as first reported by Community Impact. There were many rumors about one of Austin’s saddest shutters before it closed, but the owners made immediate plans to restart in a new location in East Austin.

Dog & Duck 2.0 will look similar to its first iteration, including many of the same returning staffers. Co-owner Susan Forrester told the publication that they took furniture items, like the bar, tables, and chairs, from the old building before it was demolished. There will be seating inside and out. 40 beers will be on tap, and the British-focused menu will be changed slightly.

The team behind the bar were initially going to renovate the existing building on the property, but pricey improvements made them decide to wreck it instead and start all over. The second version will be found in Suite A on 2400 Webberville Road by the end of August.

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Posted by Dog & Duck Pub on Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dog & Duck Pub

2400 Webberville Road, Austin, TX 78702, USA