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Ipswich Duke (Duke of York)

Ipswich Duke (Duke of York)

formerly Grand Old Duke of York

Due to the latest government regulations, pubs currently have to close by 10pm. Opening hours displayed on this page may not take account of this change.

Pub has reopened. Currently opening 1500-2100 every day.

We are open for takeaways every day this week from 4:30pm to 6:00pm

All real ale £2 pint

Lager/cider £2.50 pint

Guinness £2.50 pint

Wine £8 bottle

Reusable Flagon is £3.50 (holds 4 pints)

Or Bring your own container (e.g. a washed out milk carton, jug etc)

Service will be at back entrance to the pub

Card payments only - contactless preferred

Please do keep a safe distance from each other - this is TAKEAWAY only, please no loitering for a chat, as will have to close if that happens, sorry.

Real Ale is sold here.

212 Woodbridge Rd, IP4 2QP

grid reference TM 173 448

(01473) 216007

(01473) 216007

This is a single L shaped bar with pool table and various seating areas including a small outside patio to side and a large new patio to rear of the parking area. This pub has a good selection of real ales from small local brewers including three mystery house beers. Also some bottled beers and draught craft beer.

Regular live music sessions at weekends. Live music on Friday evenings and occasionally other days. Please either call in the pub or look at the social media sites.

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Footnote

There have been many Dukes of York - the song (Grand Old D of Y) usually refers to Frederick Augustus (1763-1827), second son of George III. He commanded the English army in Flanders in 1794-95. But the song misrepresents the facts as he was only 31, had 30,000 men and had no hills close to where he was fighting. Some claim it could be a reference to Woodbridge Rd in Ipswich, though there are undoubtedly many other places where the same claim is made.

(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)

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