Our team works tirelessly to make sure that the experience you have at the Dob is second to none, it’s our favourite thing to do
We’re also always trying to get involved in the community and try and do our little bit to make Adelaide a better place to live so it’s beyond special when our peers recognise our efforts.
While we don’t have favourites, here’s a list of some of our more notable recent awards.
2022 AHA | SA HOTEL INDUSTRY AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
The Duke of Brunswick Hotel was named as Finalists in the 2022 AHA|SA HOTEL INDUSTRY AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE in Community Service & Support category.
2022 – Restaurant & Catering Awards for Excellence
The Duke of Brunswick Hotel was named as Finalists in the Restaurant & Catering Hostplus Awards for Excellence-SA in two categories – Consumer Vote and Restaurant in a pub/club!
2022 – AHA Awards
The Duke of Brunswick Hotel was selected as the winner of 2022 AHA national awards for excellence in the outstanding community service & achievement category.
2020 – AHA Awards
The Duke of Brunswick Hotel was selected as the winner of 2020 awards for excellence in the community service & support category.
2020 – The Help Awards
The Duke of Brunswick Hotel was selected as a semi finalist in the Fresh 92.7FM 2020 Help Awards for the Community Champions category.
2020 – Spirit of the Fringe Award
Always great to be a part of the iconic Adelaide Fringe. This award recognised us for being the first Fringe venue to have every show translated by an Auslan Interpreter. One of our first milestones on the path to becoming Adelaide’s first deaf friendly pub
2019 – AHA Judges Commendation
In the General division, the Duke of Brunswick was recognised as the Best Marketed Hotel in the 2019 Awards For Excellence in South Australia
2019 – Adelaide City Awards
Run by the Adelaide City Council, the Duke of Brunswick won Best Function, Music & Entertainment Venue.
2018 – Adelaide City Awards
By focussing on community and inclusion, the Duke of Brunswick was awarded ‘Best business making Adelaide a more liveable city” by the Adelaide City Council.
As Cameron England from the Advertiser stated in his article on 22nd April 2019
“The Duke of Brunswick on Gilbert Street is much more than just a pub these days. It’s more of a nexus for a bunch of different communities, a networking space, and a business headquarters all rolled into one.
It’s also a safe haven for Adelaide’s coeliac community, having taken its kitchen entirely gluten-free earlier this year.”