A plane ticket to England is prohibitively expensive and the flight attendant won’t let you drink, dance, or make a diorama of Big Ben out of tea. Fast-forward to the fun part of visiting Britain with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of English-style comfort fare and drinks at one of Dog and Duck Family Pubs' three locations in Belle Hall, Park West, or West Ashley.
The English-style eatery boasts an attentive staff feting familial units and fans of comfort cuisine with a menu full of delectable sandwiches, burgers, salads, and more at three distinct and lively establishments. Devour a quintessential across-the-pond dish in portable form with the fish 'n' chips sandwich ($10.95) or shake hands with The Stranger ($6.99), which is actually just a Reuben you haven't met yet, packed with oven-roasted turkey breast, sauerkraut, melted swiss, and thousand-island dressing. The Sir Loin VIII ($9.49) dons a regal coat of sautéed onions across his 8-ounce center-cut meaty torso as he arrives on an open-faced chariot of texas toast. Herbivores hankering for historically delicious grub will delight in the Trojan Horse ($6.99)—a wrap designed to conceal an army of grilled seasonal vegetables and cheeses in a honey-garlic sauce—and adults in need of belly baby-sitting can dig into the D&D Daycare ($13.95), a medley of savory samples including boneless chicken bites, mini corn dogs, and mini cheeseburgers designed to elicit oversized grins of appreciation.
A wide beer selection, from regional ales to German hefeweizens varies by location, as do fun-filled special events such as Saturday-night karaoke at Belle Hall, weekend Bloody Mary bars at Park West, and live bluegrass on Saturday nights at West Ashley. Monday-night trivia at the Belle Hall location gives you a chance to show off your extensive knowledge of Mr. Belvedere quotes your mom said would never come in handy.
- The three locations of the Dog & Duck feature a superior version of American pub fare in a family-friendly setting. – Charleston City Paper
- The atmosphere is welcoming and casual. So casual, in fact, that true to its name, Dog & Duck is a dog-friendly establishment. I'm not sure about their duck policy. – Jack Hunter, Post and Courier