Welcome to the Duke of Kent
Midtown Toronto meets the English corner pub. That’s the idea behind our cozy pub at Yonge and Eglinton. We’ve been pulling pints and serving classic pub fare here for more than 30 years, which makes us experts on being the ideal neighbourhood hosts. Come on by to see what we mean.
Why you'll love the Duke of Kent
The Duke of Kent is over 40 years old and the official clubhouse of the Toronto Scottish Rugby Football Club. It is an iconic symbol of Victorian British pubs and guests immediately feel transported to another place and time. The friendly, attentive staff at the Kent are eager to make you feel at home, welcoming regulars and first timers with the same warm hospitality. Located on Yonge, steps north of Eglinton, the Kent is a small, cozy retreat for neighbourhood residents and lunch customers from the nearby shopping and business districts. The Original Pub is downstairs and the upstairs dining room and bar are perfect for private parties. The Kent’s menu is carefully designed to fit the customers’ wishes and makes this Duke a popular weekend destination.
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Our Better Beer Promise
At the Duke Pubs, we pride ourselves on using fresh, top quality ingredients. And that goes for our beer too.
We offer an ever-evolving variety of draught beer, guaranteed fresh and clean so it’s the best beer you can find in the city. Our lines are cleaned at least once every four weeks, and every Duke Pub is audited once a month to ensure our beer is stored, poured and served properly. Keg rotation, freshness, fridge cleanliness and temperatures are all checked to ensure we serve the best draught beer we can.
For more information visit: betterbeer.com
We are also proud to offer Prud’homme Beer Certification (Canada’s leading beer education program) to our servers, bartenders and managers. We believe in creating memorable beer occasions for our guests. If you want to know what we know, visit www.tfkbeer.com
20 oz $9.89 | Pitcher $28.99
Stella Artois Belgian Pilsner
A bottom-fermented Blonde Lager with a full, malty, and slightly sweet taste. Balanced with citrus hop and pleasant bitter aftertaste.
Hoegaarden Belgian Style White
The original Belgian wheat beer. Almost 600 years ago in the Belgian village of Hoegaarden, a band of monks experimented by adding oddball botanicals from around the world to their traditional wheat beer. The Hoegaarden we all love today has been inspired by the original recipe.
Kilkenny Irish Cream Ale
Authentic Cream Ale brewed from 100% Irish malts that are mildly roasted. Has a unique velvet texture and rich creamy head.
Fuller's London Pride English Pale Ale
A well-balanced English Pale Ale with a malty sweetness, clean bitterness and notes of toffee and biscuits.
Ruby red in colour with an initial malt and caramel flavour, Guinness Draught finishes with a dry roasted bitterness.
20 oz $9.19 | Pitcher $26.99
Mill Street Original Organic Lager
Brewed with imported malt and hops, this European-style lager has a clean finish and no pesticides, insecticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.
Beau’s Lug-Tread Lagered Ale
Brewed with certified organic malt and hops and local spring water. Subtle fruit notes, hints of graham cracker and freshly cut hay.
Hop City Barking Squirrel Amber Lager
An amber lager with a distinct rich burnt orange colour, noble hop aroma and bitterness, and roasted toasty caramel malt sweetness.
Nickel Brook Naughty Neighbour Pale Ale
Huge citrus and pine aroma greets the nose and continues on the palate, leaving a remarkably easy-drinking beer with a crisp, dry finish.
Shindig is a good ‘ol time, Pivo-style Pilsner brewed with 100% Canadian Barley Malt, and German hops. Its medium-light body has elegant cereal and baked bread character, with low bitterness and a refined and refreshing finish.
Cowbell Doc Perdue's Bobcat West Coast Red Ale
West Coast American Pale Ales and IPAs have inspired Doc Perdue’s Bobcat. Hops are loaded from top to bottom in this ruby red beer showing off aromatic pine, zest, fresh citrus and tropical fruit. The body is smooth and gently bitter, while the hop aromas are bright and vibrant.
Mill Street West Coast IPA
Mill Street’s flagship IPA, it’s brewed with an intense hoppiness balanced by the fruitiness of the hops and yeast.
Wellington Arkell Best Bitter
First brewed in 1985, Arkell Best Bitter is an amber session ale with a mild caramel and biscuit malt body and a subtle floral hop finish. English-style bitter is the perfect session ale.
Muskoka Cream Ale
Nickel Brook ZAP!
Wellington County Brown Ale
Collective Arts Jam Up the Mash
Devil's Punchbowl India Session Lager
Hop City 8th Sin
Come On In
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.