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Dog & Duck, Portland Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire

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Opening in 1968, and then called the Arundel Centre Inn, this Bass Charrington concrete edifice stood next too the site of Ye Olde Arundel Tower, which in turn replaced The Old Tower. The name was changed to the Dog & Duck, despite Topless Go Go Dancers and the addition of a night club called Barbarella’s. The pub complex was not a success, and by the time it closed it had become a Free House.  It was demolished in the mid 1990’s to make way for the West Quay Development, Waterston’s. Costa Coffee Shop Patio now stands on the site. *

Breweries: Bass Charrington’s, Free House. *

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Dog & Duck, Portland Terrace, Southampton

Dog & Duck, Portland Terrace, Southampton

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