The Mucky Duck

www.visitwinchester.co.uk/mucky-duck

Hyde Street

Winchester

SO23 7DW

The Mucky Duck crowd are a friendly, popular bunch and the pub is the ideal destination for those looking to chill out and spend time with their pals. Showing full sporting fixtures every week on big screens inside the pub and outdoors in the garden bar, as well as a few sporting golden oldies.

For those non-sporting folk, don't be afraid to visit. The Mucky Duck is THE Winchester destination for both ladies and gents wanting to seek out a comfy sofa or a giant chesterfield whilst enjoying the most splendid tucker, spiffing ales and most quaffable wines. What's not to like?

Monday -Saturday: 12pm - 12am

Sunday: 12pm - 10pm

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