Every rascal and dog in Bromley has a new place to hang their hat and put up their paws as the Artful Duke has officially launched on Bromley High Street. Once a famous 18th century wine merchants, the building has been lovingly restored to its former glory by Livelyhood – the same group behind The Clapham North, The Faber Fox, and The Perky Nel.
Like all Livelyhood pubs, the space has been thoughtfully considered to make sure there’s something for everyone and every dog. The front of the pub is peppered with tables and comfy chairs, perfect for catching up over a pint or two, or a bite to eat away from the noise of the match.
Out front, there’s a chance to enjoy the sunshine with a cocktail or four. And behind the arch, things get even more lively – with six huge screens to catch the game, live music every Friday and Saturday night, and on Sunday evening, a riotous quiz to wrap up the most super of Sundays.
Satisfyingly unpretentious, Livelyhood menus are always about simple food, made fresh with sustainably sourced ingredients from local partners. As you’d expect, the new menu includes many Livelyhood classics – its famous burgers, bottomless brunches, and Sunday roasts to name a few.
There’s a full doggy menu for the pooches – with oven baked bone biscuit bites available throughout the week and slow cooked pork roast with gravy on Sundays. And to wash it all down, a lovely pint of non-alcoholic dog beer Bottom Sniffer, packed with vitamins and minerals. Doggos even get a complimentary bed to chase some rabbits in afterwards!