With its award-winning wings and chili, Duke’s rightfully earns its title as “New York’s Original Roadhouse.”With its award-winning wings and chili, Duke’s rightfully earns its title as “New York’s Original Roadhouse.” Saddle up to the front door and go from the bustle of New York City to a down-home Southern feast. Duke’s wings won top honors at last year’s NYC WingFest and this year’s King of the Wing, and you’ll taste their glory in each bite. Crispy on the outside, yet juicy on the inside, these finger-licking morsels are great in every flavor (the favorites are buffalo and honey bbq sweet-n sour). This fall, you’ll want to warm up with a bowl of their famous Chattanooga chili (topped with melted jack and cheddar cheeses and packed with the spiciness of a good Southern chili) or dig into a helping of crispy-topped Ma’s Macaroni & Cheese. If you’re coming to watch the big game, settle down with a heaping plate of Kansas City Sloppy “Fall-off-the-Bone” Ribs (smothered in Duke’s original “Roadhouse Sauce” and served with herbed mashed potatoes and corn on the cob with chili butter). Grab a couple of Texas Teas while the city fades away and your friends debate who gets those last few wings and ribs. Toto, are we in Kansas now?
Wings — $10 for 10 pcs / $19 for 20 pcs / $28 for 30 pcs
Ma’s Macaroni & Cheese — $8 small / $14 large
Bowl ‘a Chattanooga Chili — $6
Kansas City Sloppy “Fall-off-the-Bone” Ribs — $20
Texas Tea — $10
Monday - Wednesday: 12 p.m. - 12 a.m.
Thursday & Friday: 12 p.m. - 1 a.m.
Saturday: 11:30 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Sunday: 11:30 a.m. - 12 a.m.