The Duke of Hamilton

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Description

The Duke of Hamilton is a historic pub in Hampstead, and former stomping ground for celebrity patrons such as Peter O'Toole, Oliver Reed and Richard Burton. Its jazz club has become renowned in the local music scene for showcasing carefully-selected emerging talent. 

After closing in 2017, it has reopened under the watchful eye of Hampstead-born brothers Ben and Robson, with partner Adam Gostyn and backing from Depeche Mode's Andy Fletcher, who is one of the pub's investors. The refurbishment maintains its classic British boozer feel with comfy furniture and a relaxed atmosphere. There are also two alfresco dining areas, as well as the attached Hampstead Jazz club which hosts a number of live shows, recordings rehearsals, workshops and event launches.

The menu focuses on seasonal British produce and pub classics such as Sunday roasts, weekend brunches and bar snacks to enjoy with the bar's local craft beers, or the special Duke of Hamilton brew. In addition to these, there is an extensive wine list, gin and tonics, homemade sodas and regular drinks events such as wine and whisky tastings. 

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  • 18
  • Jazz
  • Street Side Tables

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Location

Address

The Duke of Hamilton, The Duke of Hamilton 23-25 New End, Hampstead NW3 1JD

Area

Hampstead

Nearest Station

Hampstead (Tube)


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