More about The Duke's Head - Putney
A grand, grade II-listed building in Putney, The Duke’s Head presents modern British dining and a comprehensive selection of world wines and award-winning beers. Split into 4 different rooms, this Victorian-built pub and diner stands on the start line of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race.
The cray fish and Sipsmith bloody mary gin cocktail makes for an interesting starter on The Duke’s Head menu, and can be followed by the tender rioja and balsamic-braised lamb shank, or chef’s choice of mussels with hand-cut chips. Dine in the elegant riverside Coxswain Dining Room, or in the private first floor Wolsey Room, which looks out over the river.
The Rowing Club at The Duke’s Head is a buzzing social hub of live acoustic music, film screenings and comedy, and is on the lower ground floor and terrace, whilst the Duke’s bar occupies the upper ground. Here, an eclectic selection of wines is on offer alongside Young’s ales and craft beers.
London pub The Duke’s Head was highly commended for Pub of the Year in the Wandsworth Business Awards 2013. It sits on the River Thames by Putney Bridge.