The Duke Pubs are proud partners with various organizations and suppliers in our neighbourhoods. We love being involved in our community and working with local suppliers who provide premium quality products. We believe these relationships are vital to ensuring our pubs are your ideal hosts.
The Duke Pubs are proud supporters of the Duke of Edinburgh International Award Canada – Ontario. The Duke of Ed Award programme believes that not all learning happens in the classroom and their aim is to help equip young Canadians aged 14-24 for success in life. The Award empowers them to discover hidden talents, develop untapped leadership potential, make a difference in their community and explore the wonders of the great outdoors. The personal journey to earn the Award requires young people to look beyond their comfort zone and tap into their sense of discovery. Participants set and achieve personal goals in activities they want to experience and develop, making each Award a unique journey.
The Duke Pubs are excited to work with the team at the Duke of Edinburgh International Award Canada – Ontario to help ensure this youth development program remains accessible and barrier-free to all young people including at-risk youth and youth living in low socio-economic situations.
The Duke Pubs are proud to call the Royal Ontario Museum our neighbour and partner. During the run of the ROM’s Pompeii: In the Shadow of the Volcano (open until January 3rd, 2016), you can pick up a coupon for $5 off the exhibition when you visit your favourite Duke Pub.
Located in Dashwood, Ontario, just three hours west of Toronto, Hayter’s Farm is a third generation family-run farm. The Hayter Family provides us with the fresh, delicious turkey you’ll find in our Old-Fashioned Turkey Club.
The Duke of Kent has been a partner of BBBST since 2010. Every February, several Duke of Kent teams participate in the Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser, and the Kent hosts the after party for the Cosmic Bowling and Pub Night. For more information on this great organization, visit bbbst.com.
The Duke of Kent is on the southeast corner of Yonge and Roehampton, one block north of Eglinton. Conveniently located near Eglinton subway station, in the heart of Midtown Toronto.