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  • First time here after having been recommended by a friend. Pretty interesting atmosphere with the split level bar and seating area. There is no shortage of flat screens to watch the game (Pirates vs Reds when we where there). Started with the mini pierogie appetizer. They were good but could have used a side of sour cream. My wife got the pulled pork wrap and loved it. I ordered the half rack of ribs and 6 wing combo. Wings were ok. A little over done and not that much meat, though the Jerk Dry Rub was good. The ribs were awesome. Extremely tender and flavorful.

  • Definitely a fan. Was here with a group of 4 for not just lunch, but drinks and then even dinner. We had a great waitress who kept us on our toes for Football beverages and the atmosphere was good. It's definitely a great local bar to hang out for a game!

  • I am a fan of Dukes rib house. It is always crowded and the staff are always pleasant. One of the better BBQ's in the area. I enjoy the ribs (Capt Morgan Spiced Ribs) but my favorite item is the burgers. I think they cook them on the same grill the ribs are done. I waiting like some other burger joints where they marry the pulled pork and burger - see flip daddy's review from Miami. Awesome! Sides are awesome too... Try the twice baked potatoes :)

  • Went on a Saturday afternoon (2:00). Bar was full; only three other tables were occupied. Place was dirty. We were there for an hour and two tables never got bust. Flies. Waitress was inexperienced and slow, but nice. I got 1/2 rack and the wife got the pulled pork. Food was average at best. Slaw was room temp. I can overlook some sanatery issues IF the food is good. Not this place. No reason to go back; plenty of other places to go.

  • Before coming here I checked the menu to see if they had any vegetarian options. Online the menu said the had "veggie wrap". When I arrived it was not on the menu but the waitress said they could make it for me. When it came out the forgot the fries. Then when I got the check they had charged me for the salmon wrap which was the most expensive wrap. It was a mediocre veggie wrap and not worth the money. Plus the waitress never came to refill our waters. I will not be returning or recommending the restaurant to anyone.

  • This place is awesome. Great place to hang out and meet some friends, or just watch the game. The place is segmented into a main floor bar area and an open upper level on either side of the center. Very open and relaxed feeling. Good beer selection with about 10-15 taps and everything on the menu that I've tried has been great. The staff and owner are particularly friendly and helpful which scores big points. Great food, good drinks, good service, chill ambiance makes this an awesome spot. It's certainly not a nightclub, but it's my favorite spot in the area to have a bite or grab a drink - by far.

  • Big fan of Duke's. Great food, the wings are simple and tasty. Also, when asked about handicap accessibility, they rearranged their dining room to make my sister comfortable. A class act place with great food. We'll be back, for sure.

  • Had take out for four adults from here. The portions were sad. The food was cold. Fries were limp and soggy. Each item was in a separate oversized styrofoam container and worst of all, three of us were sick the next day. Epic fail.

  • I had a great cut of steak here the other night with some awesome mashed potatoes. It was grilled and charred perfectly. Dessert was just ice cream with Oreo pieces in it. The service was fine, but the place is a little loud.

  • Fish is. Very good....nice casual place for good food

  • Note: I'm assuming that Duke's Rib House & Grille is affiliated with Duke's Station in Bethel Park, which I've seen a bunch of times but have never been to. When you enter on a Friday night, you'll find that the atmosphere is a bit rambunctious. Jolly suburbanites, most of them middle-aged, will be whoopin' it up after a busy workweek. The place itself is rather grand and features cathedral ceilings, a fireplace, an aquarium, 4 levels, and a deck. It felt as if I was attending a party at a wealthy relative's cabin or weekend home. A 90's themed night must have been afoot being that the DJ stridently spun hits from Pearl Jam, The Spin Doctors, and The Black Crowes. I recall a fairish review written last year by The City Paper's Jason and Angelique of the Bethel Park Duke's, and because of that, I almost didn't bother despite being reminded of the Greentree location each time we've gone to the Giant Eagle in Virginia Manor Shoppes, but I'm glad Kay and I rolled the bones for I at least had myself one felonious bargain of a dinner. The Pork Sampler comes to your table on a platter that has surely served many meals with 2 sides of your choice (mine were a very good cole slaw and a baked potato), a half-rack of Kansas City-style BBQ ribs (Duke's signature menu item), baked beans (don't like 'em, never eat 'em), a mound of pulled pork, and a grilled pork chop, all for the staggering price of $16! And aside from the baked beans (I have never acquired a taste for them), and a somewhat limp, overdone tuber, I appreciated the rite between vinegar and saccharin that was the crimson sauce. Topping the chop, pulled pork, and ribs, all of it unctuous, supple, and riddled with flavor, the sauce would perplex bees by attracting and repelling them with its union of sweetness and snap. The cole slaw was tangy, crisp, and coolly countered the zing and sugar of that sauce, therefore working well within the context of a BBQ meal. Their trio of unimaginative dessert offerings include an Oreo Hot Fudge Sundae, New York Cheesecake, and a Pecan Ball. Kay and I ganged up on the sundae and found that it was merely Oreo chunks, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream littered onto some scoops of vanilla ice cream. It was the sort of thing I'd throw together at home for myself and was nothing extraordinary. The service was nothing less and nothing more than competent. I have a feeling that BBQ dogmatists (that army of downers who think there's close to zero good eats in Pittsburgh, period, let alone BBQ) may not enjoy Duke's offerings as much as I did, but I will stand by my review. 'Twas the stuff storied cookouts and picnics are made of. While the Max and Erma's next door may have gotten just as good a rating from me...well, you know I always root for the mom-n-pop bottom dogs, right? P.S. As I alluded to earlier in the review, Duke's can be a bit loud, but bear in mind the time and day that we visited. It didn't bother me enough to reduce my rating, however, but I can see how some people might be put off by it.

  • No one in the place under 30 and have the worst DJ ever playing club music. This place has potential, but is an embarrassment. The cliental could have done a better job with the juke box. Crappy DJ hasn't played a single song I have ever heard. And the crowd isn't even reacting to the music. Pitt game is on now and its on 2 TVs out of 20. Baseball playoffs is in the 14th inning and its on 1 TV. They prefer to play the UNLV vs San Jose St game that is a blowout and no one cares about. Plus all girls here are built like bowling pins.

  • Stopped by for lunch. Have driven by hundreds of times and ended up there because a friend said to met him at Dukes Station. The bar and dining area were bright and very nice. The waitress was very friendly and quick to seat us. Service was very good. My friend had the ribs and shared one with me, it was cooked perfectly so it was ready to come of the bone and the sauce was a nice sweet and tangy combo. Had a pork sandwich that was very good with a nice sauce that also was sweet and tangy but not to sweet. French fries came with the sandwich and were very good. Must have liked the fries, because kept eating them ever after I though I had finished.

  • Good casual bar atmosphere, The layout is a little goofy, I think the building was formerly a ski and sport store, but that does allow you find some privacy if you want. Good sandwiches (try the Cuban, very nice), wings and ribs. The bar area gets busy for Steelers, Pens, Pitt and WVU games. Prices are typical for both food and drinks. Service is good, great if they're not packing them in. Nice big parking lot. Surrounded by Scott Township and Mt. Lebanon, close to Green Tree, and Banksville Rd.


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  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Dukes Rib House & Grille

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