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Duke's Rib House & Grille
Duke's Rib House & Grille bills itself as a haven for "Pittsburgh-style" hospitality. What does that mean? Judging by the menu, it's a mixture of gargantuan burgers, shareable apps, and ice-cold beer served within earshot of the city's best sports highlights. Whether it's the frost of hockey, the heat of baseball, or the crispy autumn cool of football, Duke's remains an all-season destination for no-frills sports-bar grub. Before you pony up to the bar, find out more about this welcoming pub:
- They're not afraid to gussy up a burger: Duke's cooks revere the old-fashioned cheeseburger, but they're also willing to branch out. We suggest the smokehouse burger topped with ham and barbecue sauce.
- Their ribs are "almost world-famous": outside renown aside, regulars love these baby back ribs served with house sauce or slathered in a Kentucky bourbon glaze.
- They've got more wing preparations than there are days in the week: 19, to be exact, including sauces and dry rubs that run the gamut from sweet to spicy.
- They've got an enviable beer list: with 16 taps, you'll find old favorites and seasonal experiments alike at Duke's. Standbys such as Yuengling and Iron City share tap space with craft standouts from Magic Hat and Founders.